This is a Church Service of Shekinah Fellowship with Reverend Brant Baker and the Shekinah Fellowship Choir.
It has a “religious service exemption,” there is no infringement of copyright. (U.S. Copyright Law (Section 110)
Shekinah Fellowship Of Long Beach California ( No longer exist after the passing away of Rev. Brant Baker )
This video is uploaded to Youtube for the preservation of the historical record of Shekinah Fellowship.
Shekinah Fellowship no longer exist and Reverend Brant Baker has passed on.
At one time Shekinah Fellowship was the only fellowship named this.
But now if you check Google there are thousands of others.
Brant Baker and Shekinah Fellowship had an influence on many and the mere fact that his name of Shekinah Fellowship is all over the place speaks volumes…
The religious service exemption of the U.S. Copyright Law (Section 110) is probably the most important part of the law for churches, because it provides that:
“performance of a non-dramatic literary or musical work or of a dramatico-musical work of a religious nature or display of a work, in the course of services at a place of worship or other religious assembly” shall not constitute infringement of copyright.
In other words, you do not have to get permission from the copyright owner or pay royalties to perform music or display the lyrics of a work in a religious service.
This applies to the “performance” and “display” rights, which are only two of the six rights of the copyright owner.