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10 Commandments of a weekend Experience – Five

Commandment #5 – Thou Shalt start on time and end on time.
A great start to a great experience is to start on time and end on time. At Seacoast we control this by having a countdown clock, make sure your tech team starts this on time. At Seacoast we also have agreed that a 70 minute service is our goal…this will ensure that we have people in the foyers before the 75 minute mark hits.

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4 Responses

  1. Heath says:

    what program do you use for your countdown clocks? hope all is well bro.

    • shawnsblogspot says:

      Heath, we have a script that we run in Adobe Premier – feel free to e-mail natekruase at seacoast dot org for more details.

  2. Nate Krause says:

    Actually, we currently use a portable DVD player as our clock, and made a custom DVD with graphics generated from After Effects to simply count up or down as the case may be. Seemed to be a much cheaper (~$100) option than some LED clocks that seem to run at least $400.

    For my experience timer DVD, it counts down from 70, and starts flashing red once you hit zero.

    For Greg speaking, our DVD counts up, with notifications at 40 and 50 minute marks.

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