(this post contains information on how to save money on registration & get some free media!)
It’s that time of year again! ECHO Conference is almost here. In less than 2 months, many in our little tribe will converge in the hot, sweltering city of Dallas, TX, for the annual “mecca” of church creativity!
Echo is a three-day gathering of creative church leaders who are passionate about digital media and the gospel. This year’s event will be held at Watermark Community Church in Dallas, Texas, from Wednesday, July 25 to Friday, July 27. Together, we’ll explore topics such as visual storytelling, event programming, social media, online community, graphic and motion design, and more.
An amazing cast of artists, geeks & storytellers will be appearing at ECHO, including Tony Hale from Arrested Development! So don’t forget your suspenders, Warby Parkers, bow tie, V-neck, denim shirts & your comb…because this event is hipster central! You might even see someone “rocking the top shelf”…and my money’s on Scott McClellan. ;)
I get the privilege of leading a breakout again. And this year, here’s what I’m tackling:
Illuminate: Tales of Visual Worship
The visual worship conversation continues at ECHO, and this session will dive into a few case studies that will cover a range of media philosophy, theology, creative process, and technology. The first case study will feature some the latest VJ-ing and projection techniques in the Church. We’ll go through a setlist of music & curate playlists of media to visually enhance each song. The second case study will feature a visually immersive environment that is void of digital technology and allows the congregation to do the “painting” instead of the VJ. In other words, it flips the whole modern, cutting-edge technological approach to “visual worship” upside down.
USE CODE “worshipVJ”
If you are coming and haven’t registered yet, you can do so here. If you use code “worshipVJ” when registering, you will get 15% off! And if you do this, send me an email (stephen@worshipVJ.com) and I’ll send you “A Guidebook for Visual Worship” plus the new “Stations of the Cross” collection as a gift!