LED display systems are proven superior solutions for broadcasting messaging. Retail stores have long relied on the robust and budget-friendly technology, which is now being adopted by a diverse spectrum of organizations, including houses of worships. The leaders and administrators at churches and temples have discovered that replacing conventional printed signage with vibrant and dynamic LED displays captivates audiences and can dramatically enhance the worship experience.
On October 11-12, the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center in Dallas, Texas will play host to the Worship Facilities Conference and Expo 2017 (WFX). PixelFLEX LED will be on hand at Booth 1301 to demonstrate how integrating LED at worship houses is an affordable and effective way to greet guests, make announcements, promote engagement, and spread the word.
“We are very fortunate at PixelFLEX LED to have a number of technologies that are being used to create dramatic and exciting worship experiences across the nation, which is why we always enjoy coming to WFX,” said David Venus, PixelFLEX LED Director of Marketing.
As leaders in modern worship environments begin to understand the importance of visual technology, especially among younger audiences, several churches have turned to PixelFLEX LED to help integrate custom LED solutions to meet their specific needs.
Adam Frey, Technical Director for Substance Church in Minneapolis, MN, partnered with PixelFLEX LED to design one of the largest LED video walls in any house of worship. The church opted for the high-resolution and virtually flicker-free LED video FLEXTour™ LED video display as a tool to facilitate stronger community among church members and guests.
12Stone Church located in Gwinnett County, Georgia, came to PixelFLEX LED with a highly specific vision for the LED video elements they wanted to integrate into a new auditorium. Upon understanding their goals, PixelFLEX was able to design a breathtaking video wall consisting of 45 panels, which assists in staging unforgettable, high production value worship services.
Video wall projects can be rather unique, as revealed by the 3000 member First Baptist Church in Thomasville, GA, which offers traditional and contemporary worship services. To meet their one-of-a-kind needs, PixelFLEX LED helped develop a complete screen system that easily rolls up into the ceiling during traditional services and during sermons when the contemporary band is not playing. The design also employs two front serviceable side screens for lyrics, video, and IMAG.
Whether your house of worship is thinking about adding a road sign LED display or interior video wall, American-based PixelFLEX LED offers creative solutions, reliable products, and dependable service to make your vision a reality. “We are eager to demonstrate how PixelFLEX LED solutions are not only powerful, but user-friendly and cost-effective as well,” vows Mr. Venus. To learn more, please visit pixelflexled.com/house-of-worship/ today.