Have you seen the new Igniter Media? I might be partial because I used to work with the team there, but I love it. They’ve merged Graceway Media and Igniter Media into one massive library of awesomeness. Crazier than that, they’ve included tons of content from other producers like Visual Media Church, SundaySocial.tv, Centerline, Dan Stevers, Journey Box Media, Floodgate Productions, Pixel Preacher, Ministry Pass, and more.
You should definitely check out this resource while you’re designing your next stage. What you project on the screens or hand to your people in print form can help compliment and accentuate what’s going on in the service.
In addition to worship backgrounds, sermon series artwork, and service graphics, they have product types that go beyond the screens on Sunday morning, including social graphics and print-ready media (bulletins, notecards, banners, and more).
For the cost of a few microphones, you could seriously up the visual game at your church. Check them out!
Here are the most visited stage designs for the month of May 2018. Just want to say another big thank you to all the stage designers who submit their stuff for us to see.
- Air Filtered – 3,073 views
Benjamin Davis from dv8 Youth Ministries in Crowley, TX
- Burning Boards – 2,581 views
Matt Holcomb from The Door Fellowship in Williamsport, PA
- Particles of Christmas – 2,225 views
Ben Wysong from LifePointe Christian Church in Elk Grove, CA
- Stage Origami – 2,172 views
Aníbal Ramírez, Rafael Ortíz, José Milán, Ricardo Santiago and Emilio Cuadrado from Casa de Adoración Jabes in Bayamón, Puerto Rico
- Dots and Spots – 1,898 views
Ryan Sharp, Michael Thompson, and Nate Click from Evergreen Christian Community in Olympia, WA
- Reach Out – 1,642 views (new to the list)
Chris Leigh from Jubilee Fellowship Church in Lone Tree, Colorado
- Patterns in the Yarn – 1,627 views
Christopher Law from SpringHill Camps
- LED by the Spirit – 1,497 views
Cypress Church from Cypress Church in Galloway, Ohio
- Bubbled Walls – 1,463 views (new to the list)
Jordan Christie and Luke Seager from Hillcrest Spanish Trail in Pensacola, FL
- Thin Lines – 1,399 views
Brian Black from The Fellowship Round Rock in Texas
Great job, stage designers!