ABOUT THE MINISTRY
SERVING OUR SAVIOR
The Shepherd's Church AVL Ministry is dedicated to one mission: serving the Lord Jesus Christ. Serving the Savior comes in many different forms, but for the AVL ministry, it comes in the form of utilizing technology to enable the spreading of the Gospel. This ministry strives to use every Godly means available to enable the Word of God to be spread both locally and globally. This means utilizing audio amplification equipment to allow larger audiences to engage with the word in-person; utilizing audio recording equipment to enable distribution of sermons and important Biblical messages; livestreaming sermons, worship, and events to the wider world; and lighting the stage for important messages to be given.
The AVL Ministry strives to be excellent because our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, is.
The AVL Ministry uses the gifts and talents the Lord has provided to serve him and his followers. (1 Peter 4:10)
The AVL Team strives to remain "invisible" so that the congregation can engage in worship, and experience the Lord - unhindered.
The Audio Team strives to: Let the Word be heard.
The Video Team strives to: Let our Savior be seen.
The Lighting Team strives to: Let God's light be shone.
WHAT WE DO
The AVL Ministry serves in almost every area of the Church. This Ministry handles:
Audio and lighting needs for Sunday morning services including the main worship service, children's services, high school services, college services, adult bible fellowships
Video livestreaming for all Sunday morning services and events during the week
AVL needs for Sunday night activities and various events during the week/weekends
Special productions throughout the year such as Christmas Sweet, Service of Shadows, Vacation Bible School, Summer Concerts, yearly conferences, Seminary convocations and commencements and more!
Instead, whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be slave of all. For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.”