Led by Richard Lyall.

Would you like your slides for songwords, prayers and reflections to look more visually engaging? Do you want to take your digital design on to the next level? Whether you're using PowerPoint, Keynote, a tablet app or other programme, Richard will guide you into principles and usable ideas for improving your graphics for worship. These really effective visual communication skills will also be applicable in many settings, both online and for physical gatherings. 

This 2 hour workshop assumes a basic working knowledge of a programme such as PowerPoint, but no further experience is required. It is aimed at pastors and worship leaders who would like to grow in their visual design skills, and will be delivered in a relaxed, encouraging style.

This is happening on Tuesday 11th May, 1-3pm UK time (UTC +1).

Places are limited to 15 people at just £5 each, and booking will close on 9th May (if not sold out by then), so book now to avoid disappointment! 

Feedback from a previous workshop:

  • "I have to email to say a huge THANK YOU for setting up the training for us this afternoon it was brilliant.  I was a little concerned just beforehand as I thought oh perhaps, I am not knowledgeable enough and would it be all too technical for me, however, all totally fine and I learnt lots!!!  I have already made a change to a collective worship assembly slide using knowledge from this afternoon."

Richard Lyall has been freelancing as a graphic designer and visual communicator for over a decade. He has a particular passion to use these skills to help the Christian community worship and communicate the Good News, and equip others to do the same. He has produced many excellent graphic resources for engageworship, and you can see other examples of his work on his own website http://www.richardlyall.co.uk/