Making multilingual worship seamless and easy.
In the past, it’s been difficult to include multiple languages at church. Maybe you’ve tried with having an interpreter in the front, taking turns with the pastor to translate. Or maybe you’ve purchased wireless headsets, or even considered holding separate services specifically for a language group. With spf.io, translation doesn’t have to be complicated. It can manage the different languages and versions of prepared content like slides, prayers, and Scripture seamlessly. And for anything that’s unscripted, translation can be as simple as plugging in the microphone audio to a computer and getting automatic translation delivered to mobile devices.
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Taichung International Fellowship is an international church with an English service that needed to figure out a sustainable way to provide translation week after week. Hear how spf.io helps them serve their bilingual congregation and reduce the work for volunteers.
How It Works
Set up the device that will control the display of translations and slides.
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