Our livestream tech team will work with the lecturer to produce a professional-grade livestream broadcast, with the best possible audio-visual quality.
Our in-house graphic designer will produce bright, attractive, modern promotional materials to be used to spread the word about your lecture.
Our team will spread the word about the lecture via our website, email newsletter, and social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram).
A custom slideshow with music will play before and after your lecture, giving details about the church, the speaker, and how to purchase Science and Health.
A professional recording of the lecture will be compiled and edited for use after the live broadcast.
No downloads. No registration. No confusing technology. Lecture attendees simply wait for the broadcast to start on the live video player.
The Law of Love
21 January 2021
Anne Melville, CSB
A Spiritual Revolution: The Quest to Experience God
7 January 2021
Giulia Nesi Tetreau, CSB
Winter Warmer Concert
Andrew D. Brewis and friends
Lime Tree House Open Day
Each lecturer has a different amount of time they feel is appropriate for their lecture to be made available online. Some are happy for the recording to remain online indefinitely. Some prefer the video be taken down after a period of several weeks or months.
Attendees can hover their mouse over the live video player to reveal the chat icon in the top right corner. By clicking on this, a chat window appears where they can type their question. Our tech will vet these questions and relay them to the lecturer to answer live.
On social media, viewers can write their questions in the comment section.
All questions are closely monitored by the JCSRRUK team and inappropriate comments are removed immediately.
All costs are estimates based on the average amount of time needed to produce a livestream lecture.
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