Communications, Technical & Media Departments
These teams work closely together and comprise of individuals who are who are responsible for organising and setting-up of all church audio-visual equipment, recording –in-house audio and video coverage of worship services (especially the ‘Word’), special events and also maintaining high quality of sound output from all church technical equipment in order to ensure smooth and enjoyable services at all times. These individuals have also channelled their God-given ICT skills into ensuring the church maintains a beautiful and up-to-date website and social media pages.
*Psalm 84:10 *
For a day in your courts is better than a thousand elsewhere. I would rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God than dwell in the tents of wickedness.
The usher is the first official representative seen when entering the church. As the doorkeepers of God’s house it is our privilege to welcome worshipers, escort them to their seats and cater for their well-being while also maintaining order.
We have a proud heritage as even Jesus’ disciples acted as ushers on many occasions. They directed people who came to hear Jesus speak or be touched by His healing hands .On one occasion, Jesus told the disciples to organize a large group of over 5,000 (Luke 9:13-17). Jesus supplied the unending loaves and fishes, but the disciples served the hungry multitude We also have the honour of collecting, documenting and delivering God’s tithes and offerings to the treasury.
Preachers, teachers and musicians minister to people in groups while ushers minister to people as individuals. This is our mandate, it is our joy, it is our service to God.