Letting the light into a dark space can bring any sermon to life but in the case of mega churches and other houses of worship, draped dark rooms have become the norm when trying to accommodate dated projection screens. Removing the curtains and letting the sun shine is exactly what Perimeter Church did when wanting to grow their membership, bring in new millennial members and entice parishioners with a new engaging experience.
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Perimeter Church, a “megachurch” located in the northern Atlanta suburb of Johns Creek, has a beautiful, large sanctuary laced with floor to ceiling windows. Trying to stay technologically ahead of the game, Technical Director Steve Simmons had been using two projection screens on the sides of the 2,305-seat sanctuary to highlight scripture passages and hymnal lyrics. But the projectors were bulky and unable to handle natural sunlight, and the church had to cover its gorgeous windows during daytime services and events in order for the screens to be visible, diminishing the overall atmosphere. Turning to the leader in indoor LED Display solutions, Perimeter Church sought a technical solution to replace the projectors that would allow natural light to flood into the sanctuary for a breathtaking experience like no other. Read our free case study to see how this was accomplished.