Audio Engineer: Those who mix audio serve to blend the different dynamics of musicians, vocalists, and pastors with excellence in order to support the singing and hearing of the gospel.
Visual Operator: This detail-oriented person serves to present different visual elements during the worship service with precision and excellence.
Lighting Operator: Utilize lighting that aligns with what is being presented in order to create a distraction-free environment that is centered on the gospel.
Producer: The producer is the leader of all things tech during weekend services. From calling cues to making sure everyone is recording at the right time, it is essential for this volunteer to be detail-oriented and have a high capacity for multitasking.
Camera Operator: Because of the unique multisite, video-driven model of CrossPoint, cameras are an important part of each weekend service. Camera operators should have an eye for both precision and creativity and must be able to listen to instructions from the camera director.
Camera Director: This volunteer directs all cameras during each weekend service using a Tricaster machine located in our video bunker. Camera directors need basic computer knowledge and should be highly focused and precise individuals. A creative eye and some basic knowledge of music (tempo, rhythm, etc.) are helpful.