Lena Kelly • November 08, 2017
In recent years, the multi-site church model has become increasingly popular. Most churches open a new campus when they approach 1,000 members, but about 50% of those churches say that they could have opened a satellite campus even sooner, at around 850 members.
If your ministry is thinking about opening an additional location, that means you’re reaching a growing number of engaged members and people are excited about joining your community. This can only happen when a church truly connects with its members to deliver a message they want and need, so congratulations!
One of the biggest decisions to make when opening new campuses is determining how to share your main sermon with separate locations. BoxCast’s Multi-Site Video Player is the solution to enabling remote campuses to watch your live broadcasts seamlessly.
Our engineers have worked tirelessly to build an advanced DVR player that prepares your live broadcast locally to show a beautiful picture every time. The technology even shows advanced statistics so that your tech team can always follow along with what is happening on the back-end of your stream.
Plus, our dedicated support team constantly monitors ongoing streams to ensure that everything is working just how you like it. If you ever have a question, give us a call! You’ll talk to one of our representatives right here in Cleveland, Ohio.
Here's more on our church Multi-Site player.
We understand that some churches might find the multi-site church model to be a bit controversial. Here are two articles on the topic we hope you’ll find helpful that outline the pros and cons of multi-site churches.