Easter is just around the corner. This is one of the most important seasons for churches and a time when members, guests, and visitors especially look forward to enjoying the comforting and lively holiday music.
Pastors, choirs, musicians and guest speakers rely on a quality sound system to clearly carry and broadcast their messages during services and events. Technical skill is required to set up, maintain, and run church sound systems, as well as troubleshoot any glitches that might occur.
When a first-time guest pulls into your church parking lot, who is the first person they see? Most likely, it is a volunteer. When a new family checks in their children for the first time, to whom are they entrusting their precious babies?
Training is tough. With busy schedules and high volunteer turnover, training can feel like a never-ending battle. But, it doesn’t have to be this way. In fact, I’m going to walk you through a simple plan to help you create a sustainable volunteer training program for your church.