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The Potter’s House Ft. Worth Production’s Video team is second to none when you consider the level of saturation and impact the Video team provides at TPHFW. Whether it’s a weekend service, mid-week bible study, small gathering, workshop, or a large-scale conference, chances are there will be some level of visual aid or capturing to support the productions for ministry events at TPHFW.

We place volunteers who have no prior experiences into events with other team members who have become seasoned pro’s in their craft over the years together so that new volunteers can learn to operate equipment and learn, both by observation and by doing.

To be straightforward and to the point with you from the beginning, if your aim is to start out operating the main video console on the weekends for the Worship Center or even a large-scale ministry event, such as a concert that consists of a full multi-cam shoot and multiple cues, chances are you will likely be disappointed.

Even if you have years of video experience, the dynamics of TPHFW Production’s Video team are unique to TPHFW and there is still a level of integration, margin, consistency and trust building that must first take place before stepping into some of these higher skilled roles and large-scale ministry events.

With that said, we love hanging with our volunteers and often times we have volunteers who sign up to sit in with some of our staff or seasoned pro volunteers at some of our large-scale services and ministry events to observe and experience the dynamics of video production. This is always a welcomed opportunity we extend to all our volunteers so that they can see things first hand and observe how some of the “pro’s” do it. (we’re not trying to prop ourselves up we promise).

Ready to dive in? Serve in the area of Video with our Production team.

Video Team

The Potter’s House Ft. Worth Production’s Video team is second to none when you consider the level of saturation and impact the Video team provides at TPHFW. Whether it’s a weekend service, mid-week bible study, small gathering, workshop, or a large-scale conference, chances are there will be some level of visual aid or capturing to support the productions for ministry events at TPHFW.

We place volunteers who have no prior experiences into events with other team members who have become seasoned pro’s in their craft over the years together so that new volunteers can learn to operate equipment and learn, both by observation and by doing.
To be straightforward and to the point with you from the beginning, if your aim is to start out operating the main video console on the weekends for the Worship Center or even a large-scale ministry event, such as a concert that consists of a full multi-cam shoot and multiple cues, chances are you will likely be disappointed.

Even if you have years of video experience, the dynamics of TPHFW Production’s Video team are unique to TPHFW and there is still a level of integration, margin, consistency and trust building that must first take place before stepping into some of these higher skilled roles and large-scale ministry events.

With that said, we love hanging with our volunteers and often times we have volunteers who sign up to sit in with some of our staff or seasoned pro volunteers at some of our large-scale services and ministry events to observe and experience the dynamics of video production. This is always a welcomed opportunity we extend to all our volunteers so that they can see things first hand and observe how some of the “pro’s” do it. (we’re not trying to prop ourselves up we promise).

Ready to dive in? Serve in the area of Video with our Production team

Camera Operators

The Potter’s House Ft. Worth Production’s Stage Production team provides some of the most basic of necessary help and support for a production to be successful. With any of our large to mid-size productions, there is a lot of moving parts and components that have to occur at specific moments and often in certain ways to accomplish the ultimate goal pursued in a production.

There is a great deal of planning, building set props, running cable lines, spiking cue marks, updating planning notes and corresponding within our “prep mode,” this is all done in an effort to provide (at times) extreme levels of adaptability and flexibility to accommodate last moment audibles and asks to achieve a successfully smooth running and distraction-less production for ministry events.

There are some great opportunities to serve on the Stage Production team without having tremendous technical foreknowledge there are also areas where specific trade skills and knowledge are necessary and desired. This is seen most often in our set builds and stage designs, where carpenters, welders, and “handymen” skills are of an extreme value.
You may have attended TPHFW long enough to notice that you attended a service in the main Worship Center last weekend, only to find a whole new experience, look and feel present the following weekend.

There can be that first “ahhhh” moment as you take in all the new details and surroundings as you enter into the Worship Center for the first time after a set change. But behind this, is hours upon hours of hard work, sweat-soaked shirts, ingenuity, and teamwork that accomplished such a demanding feat in less than five days, all while still having to cater to some mid-week events periodically throughout the week.

There are ministry events, conferences, planning meetings and lots of preparations that occur all throughout our weeks, that volunteers can participate with the Stage Production team, in addition to the weekends at TPHFW.

Ready to dive in? Serve in the area of Stage Production with our Production team..

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