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The many uses of YouTube playlists

Have you tried any of these ways to use YouTube playlists for your church? You could make playlists for:
Events like
—Easter egg hunt
—Youth Camp
—Baptism

Series
—Already grouped by topic
—Also grouped by time

Topics
—Felt-needs
—Biblical perspective on…

Ministries
—Kids
—Teen
—Men
—Outreach

Years
—Find services or events from the past based on time

Classes
—Instead of teaching the same class multiple times, record it and save it.
—Classes for kids during summer
—Classes to help new Christians

Resources
—Resources from other ministries
—Resources (in hidden playlists) for other ministries

Use playlists as a way to organize what you have and a way to control who sees what. Remember that playlists can be public (everyone can find and see them), private (only people you specify can find or see them), or unlisted (people can’t find them unless they know about them).

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Paul Alan Clifford, M.Div. has been a tech volunteer with Quest Community Church in Lexington, KY since 2000 and is the founder of TrinityDigitalMedia.com, llc. He became part of the technology in ministry team when his church’s attendance was around 200 in one Sunday service and has witnessed it’s growth to 5,200 average weekly attendance in one Saturday service, four Sunday services in one online and two physical campuses. He literally wrote the book on podcasting in churches, twitter in churches, & servant-hearted volunteering, as well as writing various articles for publications like “Church Production” and “Technologies for Worship” magazines.