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David Terry from New Song Church in Oklahoma City, OK brings us this great portable design for a room with a lot of natural backlight.
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From David: The perfect stage for a mobile church plant:
We’ve been a mobile church since we launched around 2.5 years ago and have never been able to find many resources or examples of good stage designs/sets that not only looked cool but could also survive our mobile set up. Being mobile, we had to design our new set with a few things in mind that most churches with permanent locations wouldn’t have to think about.
1. The set had to be easy and efficient to set up.
We start loading into the event center we lease on Sunday’s at 6:45 am and have to be off the stage at 9:00 am for our first service. Not only do we have to set up the entire sound system and run every cable each week, but this is also our only rehearsal time for the week so we have to be as efficient as possible. It wouldn’t make sense for us to build a really awesome and intricate set if it took one volunteer an hour to set up.
2. The set had to be durable. . . really really durable.
Things that can’t take a beating don’t last long at our church. Between a volunteer set up and tear down team and a 10-mile trailer ride things just get beat up over time. Our set had to be able to withstand a moderate amount of accidental wear and tear.
Since our entire sound, lighting, and projection system lives in a trailer Monday through Saturday we had to design a set that was small enough to cohabitate the trailer with the rest of the equipment.
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