Tag Archives: stage design

HAPPILY EVER AFTER: a stage design

One of the most frequent questions people ask Campus Designer Kim is, “How do you come up with all these ideas?” While not diminishing the rich wealth of my makeover teammate’s immeasurable input, part of my responsibility is pushing through each and every series, assuring I’ve collected the pool of creative thought neccessary to dream and build an...
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Forever Changed: Easter @ Ginghamsburg

I’m posting some pics of our Easter stage design and weekend celebrations. It’s tough to keep up with posting when the work is so consuming – but it definitely turned out to be a weekend to remember. Awesome servants + remarkable worship design team talent + best message of hope EVER = moments that left...
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RENEGADE GOSPEL Stage Design

  When our Ginghamsburg Worship Design Team met to dream and design our summer series, lead pastor Mike Slaughter felt strongly that our three-month study should hit the theme of discipleship. Calling ourselves Christians and understanding what it means to name Jesus as LORD are two different things, he relayed. The Church may have treaded...
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a mighty wind: stage design

based on the book of Acts, this was to be a series on the Holy Spirit. the timeline also included our teaching pastor's debut and he was excited to focus on community. so, it ended up being a series on how the Holy Spirit impacted the community of the early church. pretty cool...and lots to work with.
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Right Here Right NOW: stage design

right here right NOW is our 2011 opening series out of the gospel of matthew chapter 13… where jesus talks about weeds, seeds and the “secrets” of the kingdom of God. our worship design team wanted to make this chapter accessible and fresh to our church family. makeover team artist-builder chad oler came up with...
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Christmas Eve ’10

A quick side shot of our stage… including string section from the Dayton Philharmonic.
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The Christmas Story stage design

window screening on the back stage walls, long-needle pine roping above the side windowells, decoupaged music accents on pillars, shredded music for extra "bling." Plus the traditional look of christmas trees and stars.
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