For more than 20 years MediaMerge has pursued our God-given Purpose - to equip the Church with the resources you need and to provide the technical expertise to execute your Vision.
Through this Purpose we make a difference. We are passionate about our Church partnerships because this isn't simply a job - it's our calling. You aren't our Customer or Client - you are our ministry partners.
We would love to partner with you to help accomplish your Next Steps.
Production resources to help you with budgeting, building and training teams. conducting site visits, and understanding technical needs and limitations.
Production resources to help make launch day a massive success! Purchasing gear, team training, how-to guides, and long-term support.
Renovating your first permanent building is a big deal. There are so many questions to ask and details to remember. How can you possibly keep up? We're here to help, so this adventure is exciting and not overwhelming.
New construction is a beast all its own, but this isn't our first rodeo. Our experience helps you cover your bases with architects, structural engineers, general contractors, electricians, and other subcontractors. It's a dance, and the beat is contagious.
"To the ends of the earth." Whether you're expanding your church's online / virtual presence or taking the Gospel into new communities with additional physical locations, MediaMerge is here to help.
Church of the Highlands Staff - 10 years
5 Stones (Nashville, TN)
One Life Church (Nampa, ID)
Hope City (New Orleans, LA)
Christ Fellowship (Palm Beach, FL)
LIIV Church (Atlanta, GA)
Church of the Highlands Staff - 10 years
Palm City Church (Wesley Chapel, FL)
Ridge Church (Wetumpka, AL)
Church on the Pines (Tyler, TX)
Echo Life Church (Pensacola, FL)
Desperation Church (Cullman, AL)
Complete sound system design and installation including excellent loudspeaker coverage in an easy-to-use package.
Design and installation of LED walls, blended projection, distributed video and complete broadcast systems.
Turn-key lighting systems from basic front wash to concert-level production including house lighting and controls.
We start by Listening.
Ultimately, we want to build a relationship with you and your church, so we can partner together to bring solutions tailored specifically for your congregation.
We assess the needs and challenges, and then we formulate a plan. We identify potential solutions. Then we put together a long-term strategy and submit a proposal.
Whether the solution is technical training or a systems overhaul, we design our recommendations specifically to your needs with your unique team in mind.
We review the proposal with you. This is a two-way conversation, so we actively look for feedback. What questions do you have? What would you modify? What doesn't feel quite right?
Then we tweak and review again - as many times as it takes. We are committed to ensuring that you and your team feel educated and comfortable with each step of the process before moving forward to the next.
Most people struggle to imagine everything in a proposal, and they need help visualizing the end result. Our goal is to help you SEE BEYOND YOUR IMAGINATION.
MediaMerge solves this problem using the Envision 3D previsualization approach. Envision is a full-circle approach to showing potential clients exactly what they will be getting in an AVL setup by using traditional 2D blueprints and physical measurements of a space to develop a photorealistic 3D model. Before the first day of construction is even set on a calendar you can see what your facility will look like.
We strive to create resources that are immediately helpful for you and your teams. Our blog is filled with content for pastors, executive leaders, and church techs. There are articles on technology trends, tips/tricks, team leadership, budgeting, and decision-making. We've highlighted a few here that might be relevant to you.
Making your first AVL hire (full time or part time) can be daunting. So we've put together a Job Description to help your church identify potential candidates.Download Template →