Each week, millions of Americans gather in places of worship to celebrate their faith. Representing hope, peace, love, and safety, a temple is always uniquely designed for the congregation that takes place in it. Some may serve only smaller groups of people, while some take place in massive rooms designed to seat thousands. Either way, the unique nature of the audio and video in a place of worship always requires experience and thought when planning a system.
In contrast to a standard conference or huddle room, a religious sanctuary represents an intersection of every audio and video element. Many places, big or small, stream services worldwide and other rooms on campus, like lobbies. Churches commonly have house bands that require a full PA system, complete with proper microphone, speaker, and amplification placement. And, as always, ministers of religion require proper sound amplification to deliver a sermon.
Smarter Systems will come to your location and help you determine all of the elements of an audio and video system unique to your church to ensure you get the most out of the space. Our service also doesn't end when we install the last part - we will provide documents for your system, show you and your team how to operate it, and even teach you light troubleshooting.
We're very thrilled with the work that was done here to the point that we're discontinuing our previous contract and starting a contract with Smarter Systems.
Ryan Kiniry Director of Church Facilities
Client: Salem Chapel
Location: Winston-Salem, NC
Smarter Systems helped revamp a community theater for this client. While the theater was in good shape, the sound system was nearly non-existent. Smarter Systems designed and engineered a concert-level audio system and video system that engages church attendees.
Client: Our Lady of Grace
Location: Lancaster, SC
Smarter Systems installed acoustic sound panels to improve the intelligibility of the spoken word allowing the church attendees to hear the message clearly. The church's Director of Facilities said, "People were getting upset because depending on where you sat in the church you just couldn't hear."
Client: Clemmons First Baptist Church
Location: Clemmons, NC
Smarter Systems designed an AV infrastructure that created a better worship experience. Our solution included providing more screen real estate for viewers, removing the screen that obstructs the baptistery, upgrading to HMDI imaging and synchronizing all projection video with a control system.