Church Media U

Join us for the one-day Church Media Seminar. Register Today! Only $50 Per Person!

It was really the most informative seminar I’ve been to. The presenters were excellent and the individual attention was great, both at the seminar and after.

– Jeff Christmas, FBC / New Carlisle, OH


Registration: 8 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Seminar: 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Individual consultation: 3 p.m.

Individual Consultation

If you are looking for help with specific challenges regarding your sanctuary or meeting space, please bring blueprints or diagrams and pictures of your facility.

We Will Cover Topics Such As
  • Using tech to communicate with your congregation
  • Tools, software, and apps to help tell your story
  • How to design better presentations
  • Design, fonts, and layouts (Be creative!)
  • Social media do’s and don’ts!
  • Effective strategies for video recording, streaming, and archiving
  • Staying legal and ethical with media, streaming, and social platforms
  • What is Environmental Projection?
  • Answering your specific questions
(856) 446-3473

The seminar was straight-forward and easy to understand with knowledgeable leaders. I have attended two of your seminars.

– David Steffee, FCOTN / Springfield, OH

Often seminars are used more for selling product than providing information. Church Media U promised to teach us about digital projection and was true to their word. This was one of the best seminars I have ever attended!

– Ken Davidson, Woodland Hills COC / Woodland Hills, CA

Meet the Presenters
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Camron Ware

Camron Ware is the founder of Visual Worshiper, a design company that guides and mentors churches through the journey of what visual worship means in the Church today. Camron is also a freelance lighting designer and VJ with a heart and passion for visual worship-leading -- using technology and environments to create authentic, engaging, transformational experiences during worship.

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Darren MacDonald

(514) 679-3969

With almost 20 years of experience in the multimedia industry, Darren has personally designed thousands of church projection systems. He is “tech – geek” enough to make the system work but “real” enough to make sure that it makes sense to your volunteer operators. He truly has a passion for helping churches maximize their impact for Christ via the use of technology.

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Josh Lyon

(307) 689-3013

Josh Lyon is the Operations Manager and co-owner of Shift Worship. Shift creates visual media and short films for churches. Josh enjoys helping church media professionals grow in their ability to use media to tell stories and not just accent services. And in his role with Shift Worship, Josh helps to create stories that empower pastors and worship leaders to illustrate truth, inspire praise and motivate action.

Very, very helpful – understands churches, very professional and knowledgeable, staff is patient, understanding and informative. I came away from your seminar enlightened, empowered, and excited about our church multi-media project.

– Tina Foster, The Church of Acts / Corpus Christi, TX

Church Media U Dates and Locations

Coming Soon to the Following Cities

Atlanta, GA

(716) 455-2977

Charlotte, NC

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Chicago, IL


Cleveland, OH

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Columbia, SC

(540) 448-5557

Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

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Dayton, OH


Houston, TX


Houston, TX

(218) 897-2159

Indianapolis, IN

(931) 644-4120

Jacksonville, FL

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Orange County, CA

(215) 878-1155

Orlando, FL

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The seminar was informative and helpful – information resulting from the seminar has set our church in the right direction for solving many of our media problems.

– Daril Rice, Asbury UMC / Wichita, KS