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Is the church community ready for the return to partial or fully attended worship?

Posted by jdbsound on September 8, 2021


These days, many Christians have been getting their Bible and Gospel teaching through the internet during the long-term pandemic lockdown because of the Covid-19 virus.  Hearing worship services or sermons online may not be the best way to experience church, but it does have its benefits.  For one thing, the quality of sound from a computer or TV will be surprising much better than the quality of the current condition of the live sound in most worship spaces. Should any words or phrases be misunderstood at home, a person can pause the video and repeat the segments they had trouble understanding.  A person can adjust the volume on demand to make spoken words as clear as possible.  After 18 months of hearing sound from a TV or digital device, how will people react when they return to church and find the sound much lower in quality than they are now used to at home?  Do they stay or leave?

It takes time to get people used to listening to the sub-quality amplified sound found in most churches.  Will people want to go through the learning processes of having to adjust their hearing again?  Will people want to stay home to hear worship where the sound is much better?  Many churches have made the best of a bad situation with this Covid-19 pandemic and imposed restrictions.  When people return to live worship, will they prefer to worship at church or the televised worship?

Shouldn’t it be that the live worship is of higher quality than the broadcasted worship?  Is it possible to get the live worship to be of better quality than the broadcasted or pre-recorded message without compromising anything?  Yes, it is possible.  The good news is that in 90% of the cases, the sound system does not have to be upgraded or other expensive changes.  What anyone can do is follow what the Bible teaches about large room acoustics.  The Bible has a clear and straightforward plan that can raise the quality of sound of any worship space and often for less than the cost of a wireless microphone system or two. 

Imagine for a moment of a church seating 200-350 people and spending less than $1,000.00 to make the sound in the worship space of equal or better quality than hearing worship at home. What about churches seating 350 to 500 seating? Would it be worth investing $2,000.00 to get better sound?  How about churches seating from 500 to 800 people? Would investing $3,500.00 be a reasonable price to pay to offer church members sound quality that makes coming to church a great experience?  How about investing less than $5,000.00 for a 1200 seat church?  How about investing $6,500 for a 3000 seat church, creating a sound quality as good or better than what people hear on the internet?

The Bible has always offered higher-quality sound in worship spaces. However, until now, people have been looking outside of the Christian community for answers.  The Bible offers a solution to transform any worship space to have superior congregational singing for hearing clear speech, and it draws out the highest level of sound system performance for speech and music regardless of the quality of the equipment.

If there is a concern about how people will react when they return to the sanctuary for worship, it is never too late to make such an upgrade.  To learn more about upgrading the acoustics of a church affordably by following the Biblical teaching of the scriptures, contact JdB Sound Acoustics today for assistance.

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