Nathan Hall from Greentree Christian Church in Rolla, MO brings us this useful solutions to those overhead projectors you hate to throw away.

They recently showed a film made by Christ in Youth and Voice of the Martyrs called “Love Costs Everything.” They plugged it for a month and this set was designed to grab people’s attention for it. They used old overhead projectors to display the title of the movie and its logo.

As a centerpiece, they used galvanized tin roofing to make a cross. The metal was hung at different depths so folks could only tell it was a cross when they were centered on it. They borrowed the projectors from a local school, so the only cost was the tin roofing and chain to hang it – about $40.

3 responses to Overhead

  1. Genius! Its retro and hip in a pushing-on-hipster sort of way. and I bet they would respond pretty well on dimmers….not like you would be all that worried about burning out the internal fans.

    University surplus, here I come!

  2. Looks great. Really great

  3. How did you make the cross exactly?

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