Good news for all you worship leaders and techs out there – ProPresenter 5 for Windows worship software launched and is now available for purchase. ProPresenter 5 for Mac launched back in mid-February and many churches were eagerly awaiting the Windows launch. 

ProPresenter 5 is the evolution of Renewed Vision’s award-winning worship presentation software. This major upgrade to the software builds upon the incredible foundational capabilities they built in ProPresenter 4 and adds completely new functionality to make service preparation easier, and the overall impact of your presentations greater.

Pricing is $399 for Single License and $799 for a Site License. Upgrades from Pro4 are 50% off the retail price. Upgrades from ProPresenter 3 are no longer available for a discount (ended March 30, 2012).

Look and Feel
The award-winning worship software WYSIWYG interface continues to evolve, however, with refinements and functionality befitting the current trends in user interfaces. Familiarity with previous versions will have churches ready to work with ProPresenter 5. Plus, a completely customizable toolbar will allow each organization to get quick access to the functions they use most.

System Requirements
ProPresenter 5 continues to build on improvements made in each OS and requires more horsepower to accomplish all that it is capable of doing. Therefore, the system requirements may be a little higher than your existing equipment and are outlined below for both platforms. While the software may work on systems that do not meet these requirements, those systems will not be supported. As always, you will be able to download the software at no charge to test performance on any computer before making a purchase.

Minimum specifications available here.

New Remote Church App

Addionally Mac and Windows users can now remotely control ProPresenter 5 from their iPhone or iPad using the ProPresenter Remote App available in the AppStore now.

If you church currently uses ProPresenter, we’d love to hear from you. Please leave a comment to let other worship leaders know how this software works well for your church. Thanks!

Lauren Hunter is a freelance writer, church technology PR consultant ( and founder of the blog ChurchTechToday (, Technology for Today’s Church.