New Space, AVL Upgrades Add Up to Growth for South Carolina Church
By Andres Caamano · September 13, 2016 • In the two weeks after the church's AVL install was completed, the contemporary service congregation doubled.
Atlanta Church Moves to NanoLumens LED Screens
By Andres Caamano · August 2, 2016 • Center LED screen for sanctuary has been a 'game changer' helping significantly to improve comprehension of sermon points, scripture passages.
In the Market for Mics or Projectors, InfoComm Delivers Variety
By Andres Caamano · June 10, 2016 • With microphones from DPA and Countryman to projectors from Christie, Eiki, Epson and Hitachi, a wide array of offerings a strong match for the worship market.
LED Walls: A Bold and Exciting World Full of Options
By David Leuschner · June 3, 2016 • LED is still 10 percent to 20 percent more expensive than projection, but the longer lifespan, savings on HVAC, electric and lamps make LED a lot more competitive than just five years ago.
When Seeking Clarity, These 10 LED Wall Models Stand Tall
By Andres Caamano · May 19, 2016 • With pixel pitch specifications ranging from 3.47 mm to 6.67 mm, each LED flat panel model offers optimal viewing for church installations.
Top 7 Products To Consider For Your Church
By Andres Caamano · May 10, 2016 • For those churches thinking of adding or upgrading, these Allen & Heath, Renkus-Heinz, Powersoft, Electro-Voice, Barco, PixelFLEX and Roland products stand out.
With Expansion, Bethel World Outreach Church Adds PixelFLEX LED Wall To Space
By Andres Caamano · May 4, 2016 • Thanks in part to WFX in Nashville last November, Senior Pastor James Lowe was introduced to PixelFLEX.
LED Walls A Right Fit For Growing Number of Houses of Worship
By Duke DeJong · April 26, 2016 • In the last five years, LED walls have come a long way in improvement of quality, while also becoming more affordable.
Flexible LED Walls: Worship Space Limitations May Require Versatile Option
By Andres Caamano · April 22, 2016 • In a rather large worship space, working with a pixel pitch of up to 25mm should still be satisfactory for artistic scenic presentation, while flexible units with smaller pixel pitches between 4mm to 12mm should offer ideal viewing for congregations in medium to large spaces in a full scope of viewing experiences.
LED Walls: High Visual Impact ... But Are They The Right Fit For Your Church?
By Nathan Williams · April 22, 2016 • If you are on board with incorporating an LED wall, how will it be integrated into your existing environment?
Choosing LED Displays Over Projection for Your House of Worship
By TD Staff · February 18, 2016 • The standard projection model isn’t the only option churches have when it comes to displaying video, text and graphics inside their houses of worship.
A Crystal Clear and Bright Future
By TD Staff · December 17, 2015 • Daktronics looks to brighten the future of churches with indoor LED displays.
Inside Digital Signage Strategies in Worship
By Lauren Campbell · September 8, 2015 • In 1948, Chapelwood United Methodist Church had just 19 members that were committed to going to weekly services. Fast forward to today, the church plays host to over 5,000 members. Even with a large number like that, it still consider itself to be a neighborhood friendly church. Its facility includes a large sanctuary, chapel, fellowship hall and even a library.
7 Reasons Why You Should Have a Projector in Your Worship Space
By Lauren Campbell · July 7, 2015 • Whether you have a smaller, traditional-style worship space or a larger, multisite church, a projector is a piece of equipment you should highly consider incorporating into your services. Worship TechDecisions gives you 7 reasons why you should stop thinking about it and add one your services to better enhance the worship experience.
Church On The Move Enhances Worship Message With Renewed Vision ProPresenter
By TD Staff · July 1, 2015 • Church on The Move, a large non-denominational church located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is enhancing its message of spirituality and hope with Renewed Vision’s ProPresenter lyric and media presentation software. The flexible, intuitive and affordable software allows church members to easily present high-quality multimedia from dozens of computer workstations, supporting the production of live weekly services, on-demand television, and live streaming content over the Internet.
Latest ResourceFor Lighting Design, What Software Is The Right Match For Your Needs? (Part 3)
Dig into this final part of a three-part series that looks into choices for lighting design software, including Vectorworks and LightConverse, and how each can best serve the needs of your church.