Download this free set of full-screen worship graphics, suitable for use in PowerPoint, ProPresenter, Easy Worship, Media Shout, and other programs. This set has a total of 58 pre-made slides, including blank ones for your own text and slides with simple titles. Though this was created for a series on the book of Acts, I’ve kept the look generic enough that it can work with any series. A set of free matching fonts can be downloaded, too. And, for those who really want to dig in and customize, you can get a many-layered Photoshop PSD file and modify to your heart’s content!
About the Set
These images are 1280 X 1024, and are designed for 4×3 screens. Your presentation software will probably automatically scale them down if you’re projecting at a smaller resolution.
This graphics package was created for a specific series at a specific church. But as I put it together, I realized there may be a broader use, so I tried to keep that in mind. So I actually recreated the set, replacing my paid fonts with free fonts, so that this could be distributed far and wide.
Because these were created for a specific church, which is fairly liturgical in its worship, you’ll find that many of the slides may not fit your service. Hopefully you can make use of the blank or simplified versions of the slides to create something that fits your context. A number of the slides have a footer that says “Trinity Lutheran Church”. They should each also have a version that says “No footer” in the file name. I left the Trinity ones in as an example, to show how it can look with a footer. To create your own images with your church’s name in the footer, download the Photoshop PSD file and find the layer called “Footer”, and simply edit the text, then “Save as…” a JPG file.
About the Fonts
In the download section below, you can snag a ZIP file that contains the three typefaces used in this package. You can load these on your computer and use them in your presentation software, or use them to create your own custom slides from within Photoshop. Either way, using the same fonts will allow for a consistent look.
You can get all three of the fonts in one ZIP file below. The main font used in this is called Open Sans. You can get it here. It has a whopping 10 variants. I used the “Extrabold” option for all the titles, but the “Regular” version could be good as a general PowerPoint text font. The script font is called Sedona Script, and you can download it here. Finally, a couple of slides use the “&” sign. I liked the “&” sign from a font called My Fair Cody best. You could use anything you like, of course, but you can get My Fair Cody here.
All the JPGS, the FONTS, and the PSD file can be downloaded here:[listyofiles folder=”wp-content/ACTSGraphics”]
Preview a selection of the slides here: