Videos, audio, and printed materials are available at the Regional Media Center, a media lending library with items to help support your local church ministry.
By Ian McKnight | Manager, Regional Media Center
Are you tired of paying for expensive resources and curriculums? You may not have to!
The Regional Media Center regularly serves many churches in the Pacific Northwest, Oregon-Idaho, Alaska, and Desert Southwest Conferences by providing a media lending library, video production services, and equipment rentals. While we are a ministry that primarily serves United Methodist Churches, we also are ecumenical with members across the denominational spectrum.
Likewise, we provide media resources that cross the religious spectrum. Our material can be used in many ways from curricula for use in one-room Sunday School classes, to small group resources, Bible study material, documentaries, leadership development, discipleship, worship and Christian Education resources for children, youth, young adults and adults. With more than 3,000 titles there is something for everyone!
Some of the benefits of membership in the Regional Media Center include:
- Over 3000 Resources (DVDs, VHSs, Books, etc)
- Christian Video Licensing International (CVLI) licenses. (www.cvli.com)
- Equipment Rentals (Cameras, Projectors, Lighting, Sound)
- Technical & Video Services (Filming, Disc Duplication, Video Editing, etc.)
Free Access to:
- Unlimited Downloads of Visual Media from The Work of the People (www.theworkofthepeople.com)
- Consultations about copyright, curricula, and what’s new in resource ministry
- Most resources include public performance rights
- Cost-Effective way to stretch your budget: We buy resources and lend them to you for a fraction of the cost!
And for the Christmas Season, the Regional Media Center would like to extend 20% off Membership to any church that signs up before January 12th! Merry Christmas! Churches should be receiving the card pictured above in the mail soon but you can also email me (email@example.com) directly.
Visit regionalmediacenter.org for more info.