BOOKS & WORKSHOPS

I've taken almost everything I've learned about projection, liturgy & visual worship –

and I've simplified it down into these resources.

 
 

eBook #1  |  leading visual worship

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Formerly known as "The Guidebook for Visual Worship," this eBook will guide you on your journey to becoming a visual worship leader. From philosophy to projection design, this guide will give you the basic concepts & tools necessary for laying the foundation of a strong visual worship ministry. 

This eBook is made specifically for iBooks & can be viewed on a Mac, iPad or iPhone. 


Visual Workshop #1  |  a tale of visual worship

This 75-minute workshop will guide you through the world of visual worship.

Recorded live in New Zealand @ the Frequency Church Production Conference. 

This is the perfect companion to "ILLUMINATE v1 | leading visual worship". 

(click the Vimeo icon to watch in fullscreen)


eBook #2  |  curating a visual liturgy

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Once you've mastered the basics of leading visual worship & are ready to develop a richer language of beauty, then this eBook was designed for you. 

"ILLUMINATE v2 | curating a visual liturgy" takes you into the deep end of the visual worship pool by first introducing you to the rich history of liturgical art, & then by looking at modern-day examples of creativity that embrace the spirit of the past. 

Perhaps the future of visual worship lies hidden in the past. And this eBook is but a mere stepping stone in that direction. 


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Visual Workshop #2  |  the visual liturgist

What does it look like to create a visual narrative for your gathering?

“The Visual Liturgist” is the continuation in a 2-part visual workshop series designed to for those who are exploring what it looks like to guide people through the beauty & wonder of the Creator using media & projection.

This 75-minute workshop was recorded live at the Frequency Church Production Conference in New Zealand. Listen to Stephen Proctor as he tells stories of liturgy, music & media colliding in time & space.


Pentecostal Theological Seminary

This hour long session was filmed during the chapel service at Pentecostal Theological Seminary in Cleveland, TN – hosted by Dr. Cheryl Bridges Johns.

The message is for a broader audience of church leaders & theological students. The goal was to expose them to all that is happening in the world of visual worship & to show the potential of creative tools like Environmental Projection.


Biola University

This hour long session was filmed in the music department at Biola University.

The message was designed for an audience of music students & worship leaders. The goal was to introduce them to creative ways to use visual media & projection technology in their worship gatherings.