Easter is one of those times in the year where churches try to connect with those in their community who do not usually go to church.
In my experience, churches try to do things differently during Easter and Christmas. Sometime this involves singing different songs, having a special focus on welcoming and follow up of new people. Lots of churches try to show a video or two during the service.
If you want to do things differently, visually, he are some handy resources you can use. They are all free.
The Easter Story, by The Bible Society
You can download all of these for FREE by logging into vimeo.
Interactive Stories, by Church Media Videos
This is a little program you can download to use in your kids’ spot. It basically works as a animation creator. It is FREE, and is great for teaching bible stories to kids.
Easter at CreationSwap
This site has heaps of FREE resources. They are all still images, vectors and powerpoints.
Here is the link for their easter reasources.
Mirror Mirror by New Spring Church
This isn’t free. But it is brilliant. Might give you an idea for a video you could do yourself.
Easter, by Bjorn Amundsen
This video is a visual manifestation of some poetry by Sharon Irving.
You can download if from vimeo here.
Let me know if you have seen anything else out there. Ill be happy to add it to this post.
*** Update. Some extra resources. ***
The Last Supper, by SandBible.com
These videos aren’t free, but If you are in Australia you will be supporting a great Christian content producer.
You can see all their Easter videos here.
03/04/2012 | Categories: Advertising, Church, Design, Easter, Jesus, Video | Tags: anglican church, church, creative, easter, easter holidays, easter sunday, God, good friday, graphics, jesus, new technology, old technology, social-media, the bible, the cross, video | 4 Comments »
I’m looking forward to this new radio show from Marc Fennell. Yep, it’s all about technology.