Making videos for your church could range from anything from inspirational slideshows, to fun event updates or filming sermons. Keep your audience engaged and the conversation flowing, with our 5 Amazing Assets for Outstanding Church Video from Envato Elements.
Conference Event Promo for Adobe
After Effects is perfect for promoting your church event, seminar, and
more. It has a modern and clean design with five different backgrounds to choose
from, just drop your images and videos into the placeholders.
With quick transitions and bright colours, The Light is a
really upbeat After Effects template, perfect for sharing church and community
events in a way that will delight and engage.
Reveal your church or parish name or logo in style with
Corporate Bars. The logo or text appears as if from rays of light. There are two
versions included and it’s well-organised and easy to use.
Design a great website for your church to host your video and
content, with LightBook for Adobe Photoshop. There are plenty of layouts to
choose from and links to fonts and images used in the design are included with
Although called Easter Worship Promo, this After Effects
template is perfect for a variety of uses, including photo slideshows, psalm
slideshows or even a promotion to show what your community has been up to
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Tuts+ Tips for Photo and Video at Church Events
- Invest in the right
equipment without breaking the bank. A good camera,
software package will get you started. You may even want to use a
- Get out of the
church. Remember that your community is wider than just the building: film
out of doors and at prominent local landmarks to help broaden and interweave your
personality and energy. You may have a message to get across and that’s
great, but make sure your video is engaging and accessible as possible.
- Interact with your
congregation. Post videos on social media to encourage your neighbourhood to communicate
- Don’t waffle or
pack too much into your video, it should be fun