Duane Loux from Grace Community Church in Fort Smith, AR brings us this design inspired by Lifechurch Memphis.
Duane took white corrugated plastic and cut it into 1′ x 8′ sheets. He taped two together to make the main pieces for the sides of the stage. The two back towers were cut with different heights but all at 8′ wide. Most were hung at three different depths off the back wall by fishing line.
The columns were simply 4×8′ sheets of Coroplast, scored in three places, and folder into the towers. He added gaff tape to add the outlines and silhouettes.
Duane lit the set using either LED lights in various forms that they already had or as shown in the photos by environmental projection with the use of 5 Sanyo PLC-XE40 short throw projectors, 3 horizontal and 2 vertical.
The budget for the stage design itself was less than $400. He picked up the projectors on eBay for a total of $350.