This article outlines the two different ways to share your sermons in Sermonary!
We know that preaching a sermon is often a collaborate effort. Whether you want to get feedback on your message, or you want to share your notes with your church’s media team, Sermonary is there for you.
The video below walks through how to save your sermons into Sermonary.
Share an Editable Copy of Your Sermon
To share a copy of your sermon that can be edited within Sermonary, go to your Sermon Dashboard. Next, find your message and click the three small dots on the right corner of sermon block. Then, scroll down and click Share.
A dialogue box will appear. Under “Editable Copy,” enter the email address of the person you would like to share your sermon with. They will receive an email with a link to the message (if they can’t find it, have them check their mailbox’s “Spam” folder). If they don’t have a Sermonary account, they can create one and import your message into their account.
When they edit the message, it does not change your original copy.
Share Your Notes
To share a URL that will allow anyone to view your sermon in Podium Mode, go to your Sermon Dashboard. Next, find your message and click the three small dots on the right corner of sermon block. Then, scroll down and click Share.
A dialogue box will appear. Under “Podium View,” you’ll see a URL. Hit Copy and send the address to a friend or team member. They do not need to have a Sermonary account to view your notes.
In addition, media team members will be able to download the images in your message to insert into a media presentation.