Jesus,-Light-it-Up

Jesus, Light it Up

David Little from Elevate Church in Morton, Illinois brings us this great design featuring a lit up Jesus sign.

To create this set they used 2’2 Coroplast panels affixed to each other with 1 1/2″ binder rings. The center section was rigged to a pulley system to raise up during worship to expose the drummer. The textured columns on the sides were made from aluminum screen material from Lowe’s – crinkled then lit with Chauvet Color Strips.

They had 3 WXGA projectors for the 3 screens – Epson EX7210’s 2600 lumens for about $500 each. The moving light fixtures in the picture were Chauvet Intimidator 250’s. They ran about $800 a fixture.

The stage was painted blue, with a metallic overlay, then clear coated with water based polyurethane. All water/latex based paints were used to reduce smell and dry time.

The “Jesus sign” is made from 4/4 poplar and had 2 and 3 foot t8 fluorescent light fixtures mounted to it. They had it hooked up to a cheap electric winch from Harbor Freight tools. They spent a total of about $650 for the whole element and got the idea from a Hillsong conference opener.

12 responses to Jesus, Light it Up

  1. What material did you use to make the screens?

  2. How large are the pieces of hardwood that were used for the screens?

  3. Looks Great! Where did you purchase the curtain liner/backer for the screen? also, were you able to custom order to the size you wanted?

  4. David, where did you purchase the light fixtures for the Jesus sign? How did you attach them to the popular?

  5. If any of you need movibg heads I sell them and prceeds go to missions, I sell moving heads 575wtts 2 color wheels and 2 gobos wheels, our if you want simpler ones also, We sell led par 64 – 3wtts edison bulbs (awesome) and wall washers 84 3wtt bulbs 1 mtr long 16 channels
    Let me know if anyone is intrested

  6. My email is pastorlaroca@yahoo.com

    Send me ur email and i can send out some pixs of info

    Johnny

  7. Hello God Bless You All, I’m from Honduras and this is the web page that I’ve looking for!! Nice job

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