Does this sound familiar?
You lead a small to medium-sized church desiring to reach out to their wider community. You know that technology is needed. You know that technology in the wrong hands is worse than no technology at all. You know you need a trusted source of Web, IT and Audio/Video skills.
If you are fortunate, some of those skills are available through dedicated volunteers that are part of your worship community. However, that's not always the case.
"You want technical help...and you need trusted, unbiased advice"
At the same time that you are facing these realities, you are juggling the pastoral needs, leadership needs and discipleship concerns of your congregation. The truth is you simply don’t have the time available to learn these skills yourself. You know you need a trusted source of Web, IT and Audio/Video skills.
While you could reach out to corporate services that assist in these areas, the scale of investment they require can quickly overwhelm the available budget. And even if you were able to take advantage of this route, there's no guarantee that you would receive the personal patient service that's a pre-requisite for volunteer staffed organizations. You know you need a trusted source of Web, IT and Audio/Video skills.
You need a person you can trust to:
- Advise which possible solutions are viable
- Advise what costs are reasonable given your needs.
- Live the daily realities of worship environments
- Work within church budgetary constraints
- Uphold the highest professional standards for customer service and service delivery
- Communicate in an easily understood and jargon free manner
- Patiently teach volunteers and staff