How to MC a church service?
MCing a church service may strike some as modern, but the practice in Christian churches dates all the way back to the 5th century. The MC is responsible for the smooth flow of events throughout a church service, from welcoming guests as they arrive in your church venue all the way to closing out ceremonies at the end of the service. The MC will most often step into the service during times of transition, thanking a speaker or singer for their service, possibly leading the group in a short prayer section, and then welcoming the next person to the forefront. When done well, an MC's presence helps the entire service feel more unified and joyful.