Houses of worship of all sizes and memberships now use digital signage platforms and in-building and exterior networks to broadcast sermons, event schedules, inspirational messages and more. To communicate more information more efficiently, and get in sync with congregant life styles of today, many churches have recognized that they need to invest in technology that will help them modernize not just the church, but the way their message is delivered.
Digital signage networks (DSN's) can deliver multiple messages more efficiently than traditional static signage, tastefully incorporating the décor of the church while updating the look and feel as well. Since 80% of congregants spend only two hours inside the church on average, it's important to deliver as much information as effectively as possible. Digital signage is dynamic, which means that content can communicate multiple messages from sermon schedules and topics to fellowship, fund-raisers, mission trips, events, food drives and any good news or community happenings. Content delivery is also timely and can be adjusted daily, weekly, or from one service to the next because it is controlled centrally and easy to update.