QUUF is a growing, dynamic, and diverse community that is a spiritual home for 600+ members and friends. In addition to our Sunday Services and ‘beyond’, we provide a venue for an amazing number and variety of activities for our members and friends, as well as the larger Jefferson County community. Many of these activities require audio/visual support. It is this committee which plans, implements and maintains the technology and training which enables us to provide for the varied audio/visual needs of the Fellowship. New members will be trained in the operation of our audio/visual systems for the Sanctuary and the Fellowship Hall. Membership on the committee includes those who enjoy being sound technicians, as well as those interested in keeping the audio/visual equipment and training up to date. Sound technicians are expected to sign up to be in the Sound Booth for at least one Sunday Service each month.
The time required for training new members is variable, and depends upon the persons previous experience, if any, with PA system equipment such as Mixers, microphones, etc. Services are recorded using the GarageBand program on our Mac computer so some experience with the Apple computer is helpful, however not required.
Benefits for the Volunteer and the Congregation:
The recordings we make of the Sunday Services are the source of the pod casts of each Sunday that can be found on the QUUF website. These are a valuable resource for people unable to attend services. As a member of the team you have the opportunity to learn new technical skills, meet new people, and have the satisfaction of helping with the operation of the Fellowship in a meaningful way.
Training, assistance, and safety requirements:
Training will be provided.
# of positions available: