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The HymnSight Project – bringing projected images to the worship experience.

This is a resource to bring images to worship and songs. This is the story of how we do it and many images to share for your use (the royalties section gives the fine print). Then if you want even more details on how projection in worship enlivens things then check out the Instruction page.

It’s our hope that this resource will stimulate your creative juices and get you developing a resource that fits your specific needs. The HymnSight project won’t bring in the Kingdom and it won’t have hordes of people flocking through your doors. But it will help. It will add a little flavour, a bit of colour and light to the inspirational stew of a service of worship.


New!!
Welcome to the season after Epiphany. Look at the Hymn galleries or the Photo galleries (new images just added for Epiphany). As an added bonus, I’m uploading some of my Advent humour file. Enjoy!

How to download the pictures

On a PC computer one suggestion on how to download photos from HymnSight:

  1. Find the photo you want to download. Click on the thumbnail to expand it to full size.
  2. Right-click (control click) on the photo and you will see a list of options. Click on “copy.”
  3. Go to the place where you want to use the photo.
  4. Click on that spot to see a list of options . Click on paste. The photo will appear on your screen.

On a Mac computer one suggestion on how to download photos from HymnSight:

  1. Find the photo you want to download. Click on the thumbnail to expand it to full size.
  2. Right-click on the photo and you will see a list of options. Click on either “Save Image As…” or “Copy Image”
  3. Go to the place where you want to use the photo.
  4. If you copied the image, click on paste (or “command+v”). If you saved it, then drag it to the desired spot. The photo will appear on your screen.