On the Tenth Day of Christmas CCS Gave to Me…

December 22, 2021

10% Off When You Bundle PERFORMmusic & WORSHIPcast

Christmas is better with music. And PERFORMmusic and WORSHIPcast are better together. When you purchase both licenses, your church has tremendous freedom to utilize music in all your Christmas church activities.

Did you know that churches may play and perform music during worship services, but doing so outside of them requires permission?  Permission is also needed when webcasting or streaming events and services online. Chances are, during this season, your church or ministry is playing music outside of services or streaming events.  

We provide two valuable resources for a one-stop solution. With a catalog of over 28 million Christian, secular, and holiday songs, you can relax and know you’re covered, which is important during Christmas when music plays a vital role in programming.  

Our gift to you is 10% off your first year when you bundle the PERFORMmusic Facilities License and WORSHIPcast Streaming License.  Get the bundle here.

What can my church do with Performance Licensing?

With PERFORMmusic your church can legally play or perform millions of Christian and secular songs anywhere in your facilities or satellite campuses.

WORSHIPcast allows your church to legally stream, live or on-demand, your performances of copyrighted songs, including worship services and special events, from your church website.

Now, the best part. If you do in fact need copyright coverage, when you purchase a license with CCS coverage is immediate! If you have any questions about what types of licensing your church may need, simply e-mail us or call 877-394-5566

About Christian Copyright Solutions: CCS’s quest is to help churches and Christian ministries “do music right.”  CCS is an expert on church music copyrights and our primary focus is providing licensing and clear educational resources to churches. Follow us on FacebookInstagram, and Youtube. The information contained herein is for informational purposes only and is not legal advice or a substitute for legal counsel.  

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