Serve God through the use of visual technology by enhancing the worship, preaching and teaching of our Church. We are a service ministry that spreads the gospel to the community and congregation using technology
The Lighting Ministry at Agape House of Worship exists to cultivate an environment that allows everyone to enter an atmosphere of praise and worship as well as enhance creative and performance experiences.
The ministry consists of a team that works to build lighting cues and sequences for weekly Sunday praise and worship, in addition to other creative performances, i.e.; special songs, dances, and dramas done throughout the year, including our annual Christmas Show.
Each member of this team is required to go through a mandatory training of all equipment and systems. Additional meetings and trainings are held at the discretion of leadership and based on team needs. On duty members are required to be at church by 8:30 AM on Sundays and a minimum of 45 minutes before additional events (non-major events). For special performances that require additional preparation, timing and schedules are subject to discretion of ministry leader. Please know that all members of this team are held to the same standard; we are a team!
We welcome creativity, an eye for design, and a love for performances and FOG! We need you! Become part of our amazing team today!
Help usher someone into a deeper connection with God through the atmosphere you build!
Audiovisual – Sound Ministry
Manages and operates AHOW’s audio equipment during all church services and events. We believe our ministry plays an important role in the broadcast within the sanctuary and to listeners around the world. Therefore, our goal is to deliver optimal live sound while providing an atmosphere where the congregation can experience God’s presence with maximum focus.
Ministry Leader: Jonah Olayinka
Ministry requirement: Technical skills.
Meeting times: Team members are scheduled to serve at church service or special events
We provide effective means of spreading our church messages and our information to our members and to the whole world through the combined use of media, such as video and audio technologies, television, radio, print, the Internet and others.