If you know anything about Sharefaith, you know that we’re passionate about helping churches to proclaim the gospel effectively, and to magnify the name of Jesus. Media provides helpful tools for doing so. That’s why we are committed to helping churches, church leaders, and other ministries use technology and media to glorify God. Today, we wanted to share with you ten ways you can use a worship background.

What is a worship background?

A worship background is a professionally-designed visual that can be used for church or worship events. Worship backgrounds depict Christian imagery, photography, or just beautiful abstract designs. They are projected from a computer using a data projector.

How can you use worship backgrounds?

  1. Display worship backgrounds before and after the service. Worship backgrounds, with their beautiful designs and Christian themes, are an excellent way to set the mood and atmosphere before the service, somewhat in the same way as a welcome video. You may even wish to set up an slideshow of several images to auto-loop before the service. As an additional enhancement, include Bible verses with each worship background as it loops. (This is also a lot easier than hanging a banner!)
  2. Use worship backgrounds to display the Scripture text. If your church has a time of Scripture reading, use the worship background as a backdrop for displaying the Scripture text. In case there are visitors without Bibles, this will help them to follow along.
  3. Use worship backgrounds for the lyrics during songs. Many worship backgrounds from Sharefaith are optimized to display text. They are ideal lyric slides. Overlay them with the song text, and you’re ready to go.
  4. Use worship backgrounds at special events like children’s meetings, youth events, revival meetings, and conferences. Worship slides work well on other occasions, not just in a church service. Use them at the next youth rally to display song lyrics, or even during a PowerPoint presentation during a non-church meeting.
  5. Use worship backgrounds to display the service title and announcements. Worship backgrounds are ideal for displaying the theme or text of the message and displaying any announcements, too.
  6. Use relevant worship backgrounds for seasonal events. When holidays roll around, you’ll want to use a worship background that matches the spirit of the season. Sharefaith has worship backgrounds for spring, summer, fall, and winter. In addition, holidays give you a good opportunity to display holiday-specific worship backgrounds.
  7. Use worship backgrounds as computer wallpaper. Worship backgrounds work for your own computer, too. They work great as beautiful computer wallpaper.

Want to use worship backgrounds yourself? Here is what you need to use worship backgrounds in your church. As long as you have a data projection system in your church (laptop, screen, and data projector), you’re ready to go. If you don’t yet have a membership with Sharefaith, sign up today. Download a worship background of your choice, and drop it into a PowerPoint (or other presentation software) and you’re ready to go. (Click here for more information on worship backgrounds.)

How do you use worship backgrounds?

About The Author

Daniel Threlfall has been writing church ministry articles for more than 10 years. With his background and training (M.A., M.Div.), Daniel is passionate about inspiring pastors and volunteers in their service to the King. Daniel is devoted to his family, nerdy about SEO, and drinks coffee with no cream or sugar. Learn more about Daniel at his blog and twitter.

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