Stop by and visit us at WFX-Nashville
Church Production/Church Designer will be at booth 707!
Some of you may open this issue of Church Production Magazine while attending the 10th anniversary WFX event in Nashville, Tenn. We’re thrilled about returning to Nashville, the site of the first WFX event in 2005.Much has changed over the past 10 years, but one thing has not: WFX is, and always will be, focused on helping churches find the latest tools and technologies for ministry. Whether it be the newest loudspeakers or insight into the latest architectural designs for ministry spaces, WFX is the place. For example, WFX has the largest professional loudspeaker listening demonstration in North America. This year, 25 of the world’s most well-known loudspeaker manufacturers will be conducting demos as part of the Live Sound Ultimate Audio Experience at WFX. And the Solomon Awards at WFX recognize innovation, efficiency and effectiveness in a wide range of worship facilities.With more than 120 classes and an expo hall with more than 225 exhibitors, WFX is also a great place to interact and network with like-minded churches and church professionals. If you’re at the event, please stop and see us in the Church Production/Church Designer booth number 707. Also in this, our Christmas Planning Issue, is a fantastic article by Alex Schwindt, video director at Hope Community Church in Raleigh, N.C., (my home church). The article, called "Yuletide Superman," provides a wonderful and insightful perspective on the trials and opportunities of being in church tech arts during Christmas—arguably the most grueling and rewarding time of the year for the tech team.
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