Sunday’s Visual Setlist (5/19)

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One of my favorite parts of the week is choosing which motions, stills, and countdown I’ll use for Sunday morning. This week, I used the “Color Filter” collection from Shift Worship. Following their lead, I used a free font called Nexa for my announcement and scripture slides, but I’ve been on a Myriad Pro kick for worship lyrics lately. Overall, it was a great set at our movie theater campus, but our normal shadowed-white text didn’t show up quite as well over these light bg’s at our traditional campus. (However, that’s definitely more of a projector in a bright environment problem. Future post coming soon for a projector replacement I’ve been working on.)

Color Filter Countdown  Color Filter Clouds  Color Filter Large  Color Filter Blank  Color Filter  Color Filter Corner

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Kendall Conner

Kendall Conner serves as the Creative Pastor at Piedmont Chapel in Greensboro, NC. He is a graphic designer, video editor, and all-around media geek, but above all enjoys seeing lives changed. Together with his beautiful wife, Holly, they strive to use media to spread the message of Christ and equip others for ministry.

2 Comments on "Sunday’s Visual Setlist (5/19)"

  1. Ok. I like this. How do you make this work for your announcements? Currently I create a jpeg for each announcement with specific designs for that topic or event. Also, how do you implement the changes in fonts in your worship software? Do you create a new template each week? Shortly after getting here I was able to convince them to part ways with PowerPoint and go to ProPresenter5.

    We have a similar problem with our projector being outdated and needing an upgrade. I have to adjust each slide once I get it done to make sure it has the effect we want. I look forward to your projector post!

    • Kendall Conner says:

      For announcements, I import a still from whatever collection I’m using for the day into Keynote. I design all of my announcement slides and them export jpegs into ProPresenter. Sounds like that’s pretty much what you’re doing.

      For fonts, I create new templates in ProP for each new one. It seems easiest that way – especially when you’re doing multiple songs week to week.

      The projector search has been a difficult journey. Our size auditorium demands a high lumen count and we’re on a limited budget.

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