Share the Good News of Christmas with a Personalized Video

Your friends at the Acts 8 Movement are glad to offer the Episcopal Church a customizable video for congregations to promote their Christmas Eve and Christmas Day worship. The video above is our gift to you. You may post it as is, or with some basic video editing skills, you can download a high resolution video for your use.

Those files are online for you to use, and are linked below. Simply Right Click the links to save the files.

MP4 file with extended section for adding text:

MP4 file with extended section for adding voice over and text:

WMV file with an extended section for adding text:

WMV file with an extended section for adding voice over and text:

Spanish language version MP4 file with extended section for adding text:

Spanish language version WMV file with an extended section for adding text:

Short video editing tutorials
Add Text with iMovie
Add Voiceover with iMovie

Add Text with Windows Media Player
Add Voiceover with Windows Media Player

Short tutorial on sharing and boosting a Facebook post

There is no charge for using this video, it is simply our gift to you in the busyness of the season.

Have a Blessed Advent and a most joyous Christmas,
The Acts 8 Movement

A Note About Permissions
We created this video mostly from video clips purchased from with background audio purchased from and this use is royalty free within those agreements. We selected art work in the public domain. The video of Episcopalians singing is from the Diocese of Georgia’s float in the MLK Parade in Savannah. Persons on the float were notified they were filmed for video use. The father and son prominent in the video are an Episcopal priest and his son and they have seen and approve of this usage. The voices in this ad are persons from the Acts 8 Movement and permission is given hereby to use this video in promoting your congregation’s Christmas services. You may add your church name and service times without concern for copyright infringement or incurring any fees for this usage.

David Sibley

Make sure you’re using the MP4 version, not the WMV version. I’ve verified that both MP4s are importable into an iMovie project. If you still have problems, it’s possible the download somehow was corrupted – and you can download the file again.

David Sibley

Hi Mona,

I’d restart your computer and double check your connection. At the moment, the server is serving up the data without any problems. (9:37 AM, Tuesday the 22nd.)

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