Church presentation software helps churches engage with their congregation during a service. The software solution enables congregation participation during a church service by making song lyrics, video, PowerPoint, Keynote, sermon notes, Bible scripture, and information visible on a large screen or screens. ProPresenter 7 has a number of advanced features previously sold separately in Pro6 as add-on, paid for “modules” that offered additional features and capabilities beyond what your typical church needed. The typical church these days, however, has grown more sophisticated in their productions.
As part of the Church Copyright License® (CCL®) Terms of Agreement, you are to include with each reproduced version of a song the song title, writer credit(s) and copyright notice in substantially the following form:
“Hallelujah,” words and music by John Doe
© 2000 Good Music Co.
Used By Permission. CCLI License #123456789
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“Hallelujah” words and music by John Doe
©2000 Good Music Co.
CCLI License #123456789
With a print, this information is to be placed under each song. When projecting a song, it only needs to appear once with the song. This is typically placed on the last lyric slide at the bottom of the screen.
When using multiple songs together as a medley, the song’s ownership information should be included with each song. It is important to provide the ownership information with any portion of a copyrighted song.
When projecting a song, there are no terms in the license agreement stating how legible the license notice needs to be or how long the notice needs to be visible for. For this reason, I suggest making the notice in a very small font, neutral color and only displaying it for a few seconds. This will minimize itself as a distracting element in your presentation while still complying with your copyright license terms of the agreement.
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To learn more worship lyric projection best practices go read The Worship Media Handbook.