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Church of the Highlands turns to GLP

Church of the Highlands turns to GLP

Church of the Highlands turns to GLP


GLP’s X4 Bar 20 has been selected as part of a major technological upgrade at Church of the Highlands’ Grants Mill broadcast campus in Alabama. Described as “a high impact worship environment that embraces the active use of technology to help create and support an exciting experience”, the church uses the latest lighting and visual technologies to support its services. E2i Design has been a partner with the church since 2012 but this latest project was over a year in the making, due to the HOW’s determination to select the very best fixtures and build flexibility into the already constructed facility.

“Ultimately, the technical and visual directors of the ministry wanted the ability to reconfigure their stage design any way they wanted without limitations,” explained E2i’s Josh Holowicki. “This would allow for virtually unlimited possibilities. The style of the system we designed, which essentially is a portable rig in a permanent space, allows for just that. The X4 Bar 20s provide incredible punch for the stage. At this point, we have 18 units onstage with the hope of adding additional units in the future. They are used in a variety of ways to add the necessary visual pop to the stage designs – often incorporated into the LED videowall designs and used as an enhancement, as well as standalone lighting requirements.”

The technology will be used within the facility on most days, with the focus on weekend services and ministry special events. Meanwhile, the technical team are still coming to terms with its potential. “Certainly, once the system was put into place, the organisation was able to begin realising unforeseen benefits, enabling them to open up their design concepts to further maximise the potential it offers,” concluded Holowicki.

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