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Truss Packs & Tripods
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Scanners, Barrel Mirror
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gel frames, & cords
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Press Release April 2008: Church
Let There Be Light Years ago, “church
lighting” meant sunlight
streaming through pristine stained-glass windows, illuminating the
building’s interior with brilliant color and luminosity. These days,
churches approach lighting in a whole new way to accommodate their
• Contemporary worship services • Dramatic theatrics and pageants •
Weddings • Luncheons
• Baptisms With proper planning and strategy, any church –new or old,
big or little –can purchase a cleverly-designed and cost-efficient
lighting system. Here are some the four most important things to keep
in mind when choosing a lighting system:
|1. Consult a professional. First and foremost,
it’s important to
consult a professional before the implementation of any lighting
system, whether upgrading or starting from scratch. Any new
entertainment lighting added should work accordingly with the built-in,
architectural lighting of the building. The goal is to enhance any
available light when needed then diminish it if not.
Consider the needs
of your church and congregation. When the choir sings, should the light
over the congregation be dimmed? How much light is needed to
dramatically illuminate the hanging crucifix for an Easter ceremony?
Which lighting combinations best showcase a beautiful bride about to
walk down the aisle? Answering these questions will draw a concise
conclusion about which lighting systems will work best for your church.
|3. Familiarize yourself with the functions of
each part of the
lighting system. • Controllers, a.k.a. switch panels, have rows of
sliding buttons to mix variations of light intensities. Some even have
memory capabilities for storing several preset options. • Processors
add flair and effect to other architectural lighting –think intense
color and pattern like that in a concert. • Fixtures, as their names
suggest, are the permanently mounted lights that are the only visible
part of the lighting system. These lights can add soft illumination or
an intense, radiant beam aimed at one specific spot. • Dimmers work
with the controller to vary the amount of electrical power sent to each
light. In some situations, they can be just as complicated as
around. Weigh different cost options to ensure that you’re getting the
most out of what you are spending. Expensive doesn’t always constitute
value so even if your church is on a tight budget, plenty of options
still abound. Keep an eye out for reputable brands at closeout prices,
and remember, quality can be affordable. By taking the steps to learn
about and recognize the importance of lighting in your church, the
implementation of a well-designed system can easily be attained.
Remember, a few properly installed, strategically-placed lights can
usher your church into an entirely new realm of worship and fellowship
without costing an arm and a leg. And that’s something to thank the
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