WCA: Lighting Operator

WCA: Lighting Operator

Worship & Creative Arts

Lighting Operator

What we do:

The Lighting Operator manages the lighting equipment for the Worship Center,  or in Fellowship Center, or on the lawn. They observe the gathering as the program progresses and adjust lighting tools to provide a comfortable engaging environment.

Why we do it:

The quality of lighting enhances the gatherings’ worship experience, by enabling those on stage to be seen clearly, improving the participants’ ability to focus, learn and immerse themselves into the worship.

Aligning with our G4 Strategy, this role helps our online family to Gather to remember and celebrate God. Their engagement with the worship music and teaching helps them to Grow in Christ-likeness. This contribution is a godly gift from the Lighting Operator, as he or she Gives of their talents and abilities.

Who does it:

  • You have passion for environmental lighting, wanting to leverage your experience or learn how to be a lighting operator.
  • You love the notion of enriching the worship experience for our PCC Family.
  • You can focus well on a task throughout the gathering.
  • You like the comradery of being on a team and the interplay of working as a team.

How we do it:

The Lighting volunteer serves during rehearsal and the gathering.

  • Arrive about 45 minutes before the scheduled/assigned gathering(s).
  • Confirm the lighting is functioning properly before the gathering begins.
  • Execute the role during the gathering(s).
  • Debrief with your team lead afterwards.

Equipping:

Preliminary and ongoing training.

We win when:

  • Hosts, speakers, and band members can confidently focus on their responsibilities, knowing the Lighting Operator is there to help them fulfill their roles well with excellence.
  • Friendships are forged with WCA teammates.
  • WCA teammates pray for and encourage each other.
  • WCA teammates share ideas and experiences.

QUESTIONS:
Email: Audio & Media Tech Director, Greg Bryant
or
Email: Mobilization Pastor, Scott Kirksey