This post covers the top three conferences for tech pastors. It'a part of our series on church conferences.
The job of a tech director or creative pastor is not easy. You work endlessly but are rarely recognized for all that you do to prepare for each church service. In fact, it may feel like you only get attention when something goes wrong.
Many people with this role have found solace in conferences designed specifically to meet their needs and cover topics of interest. Below, we’ve listed three well-regarded conferences that are bound to leave you feeling refreshed and empowered in your important role:
This creative arts conference aims to showcase how media, art, and technology can all be used in worship environments. Bringing together visual leaders can amplify the impact of the gospel in today’s culture. Historically hosted in Nashville, 2017 marks the first year SALT is hitting the road.
This self-described “creative church conference” helps people understand how to bring a level of excellence to their church. This year’s theme, “Keep on Running,” aims to push attendees to keep running to the church to find purpose and hope. Hosted by Ed Young, C3 will fill you with inspiration to bring back to your community.
With hundreds of exhibitors, WFX is the largest conference on the list. This two-and-a-half-day expo provides training and education for everyone on your ministry team, from worship to tech to facilities and administration. With six focus tracks and over 100 breakout sessions, this expo is worth joining.
Tech pastors have a challenging task at hand. These conferences will refresh you, inspire you, and remind you that you’re not alone. If you’re unsure which conference is right for you, click the button below. We’re glad to help.
Final Thoughts + Further Reading
Tech pastors have a challenging task at hand. These conferences will refresh you, inspire you, and remind you that you’re not alone.
Here's some further reading you might find interesting: