For those who are tasked daily with the behind-the-scenes, and sometimes thankless administrative heavy-lifting required in keeping a church operating smoothly—the accounting, the planning, the human resources and the like—CCLI is your source for peace-of-mind.
Why? Because CCLI provides both the access and licensing to permit the fair and legal use, reproduction and distribution of content and media—to include within printed bulletins, to copy and share, or project onto a big screen. As a resource designed for efficiency and legal compliance, CCLI saves you time and undue burden.
“It is time to take responsibility and start cleaning up. We have taken things for granted all too long, and CCLI gives us the simple tool we need to turn it all around. Let us make things legal and righteous!” — Hallgeir Lindal Reiten
By now you know that CCLI tailors licensing, resources and administrative support to ensure that churches and organisations are equipped to make the most of worship-focused music and multimedia used in their activities, all while staying legal. But do you know we offer tools like SongSelect® or ScreenVue® to make that access easier and more efficient?
So why is this so important? Because there’s a tonne to do and there are only so many hours to do it all. But above it all, worship is joy and the leaders in your church rely on music to share that joyful message. We believe that the search for powerful music with a message shouldn’t result in more work for you. Quite the contrary; it should be simple, engaging and inspiring. Wouldn’t you want easier access to top-quality licensed songs of every musical type? SongSelect provides that. Or to know that you have the fair and legal use to copy and distribute content and media? CCLI’s copyright licences can make that happen.
Copyright law is clear. Your need for these resources is clear. With CCLI, you’ll have peace in knowing your church—and everything you’re responsible for—is also in the clear.
Sleeping Well at Night
It's Keith's job to care about the details. He's the part-time Administrator for Trinity Church, and he sleeps better at night knowing the church is prepared for any scenario.