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Title: Church Sound: When To Hire A Technical Arts Director
Post by: M. Erik Matlock on May 21, 2019, 07:48:56 am
Church Sound: When To Hire A Technical Arts Director (https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/church/church_sound_when_to_hire_a_technical_arts_director/)
Are your volunteers stretched thin? Here's how to know when making that jump is a necessity.
By Mike Sessler • May 21, 2019


Many years ago I wrote an article on ChurchTechArts on which the following question was posed. I seem to get asked this question a lot and it’s a great way to lead into this article:

“How do you keep your volunteers sticking around? We are a large church approx 3000 members running 5 services and everything is volunteer run.”

“The engineer that runs the services that weekend is there for about 20 hours on the weekend, and the schedule has them running every other weekend.”

“At what point does a church hire a position to “lead” a technical group in scheduling and training?

Not surprisingly, I have some strong opinions on the topic. But before I share my thoughts, I have to admit a certain amount of confusion when this question comes up...

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