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OUR MISSION

To connect churches with House of Worship production and facilities experts.

Church Facilities Expo is a new event serving the House of Worship market. Partnerships with leading media brands in the industry have you well positioned to educate and connect those who produce church services with those seeking to provide a better experience to their community.

The Church Facilities Conference & Expo will bring together 2,000+ production and facilities staff, pastors and influential volunteers to build relationships and enhance knowledge between 175+ manufacturers, service providers and those who create influential and meaningful experiences for their communities each Sunday.

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OUR PARTNERS

We are proud to affiliate with the thought leaders in the House of Worship industry.

The Church Facilities Conference & Expo brings together the leading publications of production in the house of worship industry for the first time; focusing on connecting you to the complete subscriber and attendee base of all these magazines.

CHURCH PRODUCTION

Since 1999, Church Production Magazine has served as the leading resource for church technical leadership (tech directors and other technical artists), delivering information and education on topics of audio, video, lighting, and streaming technologies used in worship production environments.

TECHNOLOGIES FOR WORSHIP

Technologies for Worship Magazine is the leading edcational resource publication for houses of worship. TFWM is designed to educate volunteers, tech staff, media directors, music ministers— anyone involved with technology in any way, shape or form at their house of worship. It is a “must read” for audio practitioners.