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Morris Integration upgrades Shiloh Church’s lighting with Chauvet Professional
Shiloh Church, a house of worship in the heart of Oakland, was looking to improve the technical production of its services for worshippers at the church, as well as for those streaming services online. Morris Integration provided the church with more dynamic stage lighting by installing Chauvet Professional fixtures. Morris also addressed the quality of its house lighting.
“When we first visited the church, it became apparent very quickly that we needed to address the house lighting of the room,” says Paul Holst, Morris Integration’s Lighting Designer. “We took an FC reading of the room with the houselights at full, and they were only getting 4 FC.”
Morris Integration had a Chauvet Professional solution for that issue too: the Ovation H-605FC house light. A total of 16 of the RGBA-Lime LED fixtures was installed throughout the sanctuary, providing an even field of light in the room. The new fixtures give the church the flexibility to use white light, or any color for times when it wants to create a more immersive environment.
Once it addressed the “basic” need of upgrading the church’s house lighting, Morris Integration turned its attention to designing the stage lighting system. The rig the company put together features 10 Rogue R2 Wash, 6 Rogue R1 Wash and 6 Rogue R1 FX-B fixtures, as well as 6 Maverick MK1 Spot units and 8 Ovation F-265WW Fresnels, 4 Ovation FD-105WW Fresnels and 14 Ovation E-260WW ellipsoidals.
“We used the R2 washes over the stage to create a color wash for the worship team,” says Holst. “The Mavericks were also used over the stage to create breakup and beam patterns. We placed the R1 Washes and FX-Bs on uprights that we spread out between the worship team for more beam effects and added dimension. The Ovation E-260WW ellipsoidals were used for front lighting the worship team, while the Ovation F-265 Fresnels were used to create an even front wash of the lower stage for speaking, with the FD-105 providing backlighting.”
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