What’s the best way to set up your portable PA system? How do other churches make purchasing decisions for installed audio solutions? How can your church make worship more engaging? These are just some of the questions we explore in our articles, videos, podcasts, and case studies, as we strive to help you grow your church and provide you the insights you need to deliver clear, quality sound throughout your church’s environments.
In this video, Eric Warner from Bose and Jessica Dabbs from Sennheiser offer practical tips on audience arrangement, portable loudspeaker placement, using microphones outdoors, and more.
Though churches and their worship styles vary greatly, there’s a lot of common ground when it comes to church audio challenges. The solutions to those challenges range from surprisingly simple to more nuanced and complex. In these Bose Church articles and videos you’ll learn about churches, their journeys, practical tips to help you overcome church audio obstacles, and more.
At Bose, we’re always looking for ways to build better, more immersive and impactful audio experiences. But we know that church audio isn’t about entertainment. It’s about impacting the hearts and changing the lives of the people you serve. As a church audio partner, we’re here to help you achieve your vision with sound systems that support your church’s worship with consistency, power, and clarity.
During these changing and challenging times, how can technology in general, and pro audio in particular, help your church? That’s the question we seek to answer on the Bose Church Podcast. From discussing church live streaming solutions to how to invest in the best church audio systems, we deliver practical tips and answer common challenges, so you can use technology to help build up your people, enhance your worship, and empower your mission.
As the Bose Church community has grown — on social media, at conferences, and more — we’ve had many chances to interact with pastors, worship leaders, and volunteers and hear their stories. In these snapshots, you’ll gain some perspective on how various churches are facing today’s challenges with hope and using technology creatively to advance their mission.
At First Baptist Church in Sheridan, AR, church members minister to the community through the church daycare, a food pantry, aid to unwed mothers, and a prison ministry. As they navigate the pandemic together, Pastor Wesley Ashabranner has adapted to make communication and connection a top priority.
Pastor Cole Guidroz, the discipleship pastor at New Horizon Church in Pittsburgh, PA, considers it an honor to watch his infant son and newborn church grow into maturity at the same time, facing both present challenges and future uncertainties with faith and hope.
“We must remember this has been a hard season for all of us, including the children,” says Pastor Darren Keithly. Pastor Keithly streams live on Wednesdays with a message simple enough for children but also deep enough to challenge and encourage their parents too.
After miraculously finding an organ donor for their one-year-old son, Pastor Matt McGukin and his wife Marty needed another one — for their young daughter. But there was almost no hope of finding an organ match for her. Until they got the call…
At Redeemer Lutheran Church in Indiana, they’ve used a grant from the Eli Lilly Foundation to expand their technological capabilities. Debbie Townsend, Parish Assistant and Director of Education, is excited about the new live streaming capabilities.
As a pastor, father, and teacher, Jon Brohn often leans on illustration to help parishioners understand Biblical truths. And his church’s early vision for livestreaming laid an important foundation, helping them pivot quickly to keep serving the community amidst COVID restrictions.
After answering the call to ministry, Marcel Castro left behind a career in chemistry and relocated his family from Chile to Pennsylvania. Pastor Castro focuses on making the Gospel available in Spanish for multi-ethnic communities — in-person and online with his very own Spanish Bible Institute.
Pastor Roman Varakuta cultivates inclusive, congregation-wide discipleship for Sovereign Grace Church and School — not to mention he’s the school principal. With a background in broadcasting, the Ukrainian-born pastor spreads the message that investing in others first is the way.
“Crisis creates an opportunity to change,” says Pastor Mike McAdory as he discusses how his church navigates the waters of the pandemic. McAdory is experienced navigating change, as his 24 years of service have offered up many different opportunities to grow, learn, and serve.