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stage ideas... PVC & plastic cling wrap.... use color can lights at bottom.... to color stage....

stage ideas... PVC & plastic cling wrap.... use color can lights at bottom.... to color stage....

Rusty Burchard at Ridge Church in Charlotte, North Carolina brings us this holey grid created from PVC pipe!Rusty started with a 4' PVC pipe and cut it into 1' slices using a radial arm saw. He then glued the pieces together into a 3'x3' square using an industrial hot glue gun. The grids were hung in a checkerboard pattern from the truss using wire ties. The total setup took 704 circles.To light the lot, Rusty used 6 Coemar LED ParLite fixtures–three on each side.

Rusty Burchard at Ridge Church in Charlotte, North Carolina brings us this holey grid created from PVC pipe!Rusty started with a 4' PVC pipe and cut it into 1' slices using a radial arm saw. He then glued the pieces together into a 3'x3' square using an industrial hot glue gun. The grids were hung in a checkerboard pattern from the truss using wire ties. The total setup took 704 circles.To light the lot, Rusty used 6 Coemar LED ParLite fixtures–three on each side.

Church Stage Ideas, Light box made from wood and cor-flute

Church Stage Ideas, Light box made from wood and cor-flute

Adam Neal from Journey Church in Raleigh, NC brings us this very squarey design. They designed this set for the grand opening of their expanded facilities, new worship album, and new service times. They wanted full coverage and a wow factor without taking up any floor space. They got the white squares cut at Home Depot (cost around $350). Then they screwed 1x2s against the walls of the stage and used velcro to stick the squares to the wall. (A powered nail gun would be a more secure setup.)…

Adam Neal from Journey Church in Raleigh, NC brings us this very squarey design. They designed this set for the grand opening of their expanded facilities, new worship album, and new service times. They wanted full coverage and a wow factor without taking up any floor space. They got the white squares cut at Home Depot (cost around $350). Then they screwed 1x2s against the walls of the stage and used velcro to stick the squares to the wall. (A powered nail gun would be a more secure setup.)…

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