They modified it considerably to fit their stage (about 20′ x 35′). They were also able to reduce the cost to around $120. Part of that money-saving technique was, instead of buying eye hooks, they used 1/2″ spaced wire mesh (used for small animal cages) and cut it into long strips that were attached to the 2″x2″ boards using roofing nails. Then they painted the frames black, secured them in place, and started weaving. They used approximately 1.2 miles of white nylon masonry string and it took about 40 man hours (2 people x 20 hours) to complete it from start to finish.
The coolest thing is that this church runs 250-300 people. They aren’t huge. Smaller churches can do stuff like this too!
Hint: Be sure to be consistent in your string paths and definitely pay attention to the details because it will make a huge difference in the final outcome of this design.