All who call out to the Lord will be saved. How can people have faith in the Lord and ask him to save them, if they have never heard
For most of us, hearing the spoken word is an essential part the worship experience. We listen to the Bible being read aloud, we listen to prayers being offered, we listen to the children’s time and the announcements that are given. And we listen to the proclamation of the Word. If we cannot hear the words and take in what is said, we miss out on something important.
Where you sit in the sanctuary makes a huge difference in what you hear (or don’t hear.) There are certain places where there is good, clear sound and other places where the sound is muddy and garbled. Other places there is an echo and still other spots where certain sounds drop off and can’t be heard at all. Part of it is the shape and size of the room. Mostly it’s because of the current sound system has become dated and is no longer well suited to the current space.
The Technology Team has reached out to three audio design companies to do an evaluation and proposal for a new sound system. We want even distribution of sound to every spot in the sanctuary. We want a warm, rich sound that is like the sound of a person speaking in a normal conversational voice rather than sounding amplified or distorted. We want a system that will require a minimum amount of supervision and the system needs to blend in aesthetically with our current sanctuary.
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