Our production team is responsible for ensuring a smooth worship experience during our weekend services and at special events. Below you’ll find out about the different roles each team member plays and about how YOU can be a part of our “behind the scenes” team!
Interested in SERVING on the Production Team? Click HERE to apply.
ProPresenter Operator – presents lyrics and all media content on our screens during services or special events. This role is an integral part of our worship experience, not just as a “button pusher,” and is extremely valuable to any service or event.
Camera Operator – operates a stationary camera in the auditorium during services or special events. Using our cameras and a switcher, you will capture the raw footage of our services.
Sound Mixer – conducts sound checks, troubleshoots sound and connection issues, sets out mics and ear monitor packs for the vocalists and speakers, and mixes our live rehearsals, services, and special events.
Lighting Operator – runs our lighting system to produce creative light elements that compliment our worship experience, emcee time, message time and any transitions during our services and special events.
Stagehand – works backstage “behind the scenes” by bringing out or removing any props used by the speaker as well as communicating directly with the Service Producer and the Music Director to carry out specific tasks during the service.
Emcee – acts as the host/hostess for our services and special events and brings a “1000 Watt” smile and infectious enthusiasm to the audience.
Service Producer – oversees all production components of our services and special events and includes coordinating communication among the Lead Pastor, Music Director and Production Team. Additional key roles are to cue all live service elements and to evaluate service elements for improvement.
Video Editor – assists our Worship Arts Producer in the post production of SCC video projects, which may include editing sermon videos for our webpage and Vimeo channel, filming or editing creative video content to be used during services or on our social media–such as testimonies or series promos. Experience working with Final Cut Pro would be a benefit.