Thursday, January 23, 2014

Camera Operators Required!

As we look to get better at what we do in 2014 one of the areas we’ll be focussing on is that of volunteering.

Every Sunday a huge team of people serve to make our Sunday meetings happen. One of the areas we need to grow this year is the camera team. What we do at the moment helps those in the Kerith Centre balcony, and the areas around the building such as reception and the room for nursing mums, engage with the meetings. As the church grows this will become an even more significant ministry area, as in the future will be live streaming our meetings to Sandhurst (or from Sandhurst to Bracknell), to the internet and who knows where else!

If you have an interest in photography or video cameras, or just an eye for what looks right on screen or in a photograph, we’d love to give you the opportunity to be trained to use the church camera equipment. Following this, if appropriate, we’d love you to take the next step and join our team to help facilitate all the great Sundays and events that happen here at Kerith.

If cameras are not your thing but you’re a clear communicator, have an eye for what looks right on screen and can work well under pressure maybe you’d like to look into operating our vision mixer. You’d be responsible during meetings for choosing what shots or images go on screen in the auditorium and the plasmas around the building.

The training will all take place on Thursday 30th January from 7.45-10.00 pm in the Kerith Centre. For more information contact creative.arts@kerith.co.uk. If you're at all interested please come along as this is a great way both to serve and to meet new people.

Simon.

 

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