Party Stage

Patricia Gomez from Elevate Taytay, a youth group based in Christ’s Commission Fellowship in Taytay, Rizal, and her team brings us this bohemian, music festival style stage design for our previous Christmas party celebration, Noel. Continue Reading…

Trapped

Nate Rosso from Decibel Church in Beaufort SC brings us this portable LED tape stage design. Continue Reading…

We Got Columns

Brian Asbury from Open Door Church in Edenton, NC brings us these cool Coroplast columns. Continue Reading…

What’s your church doing for an Easter stage design? Might we suggest Mod Scenes? They’re inexpensive, pre-cut Coroplast panels that link together easily to create a great, textured backdrop. In order to cover an almost 4′ x 4′ space, it’s only $90. You can use them to cover the whole backdrop or turn them into unique stage design elements. Your choice.

Check out a couple of designs on the site that use the material:

Also, turnaround is ridiculously quick. Order them and get them within six days. That’s unheard of! Check them out and see if they’re right for your Easter services this year.

Speechy

Dylan Casey from One Church Joplin in Joplin, MO brings us this speech bubble stage design. Continue Reading…

Glowing Presence

Vaughn VanSkiver from Victory Highway Wesleyan Church in Painted Post, NY brings us this fun, glowing Christmas design. Continue Reading…

Blocked Out

Mike Watson from Coweta Assembly in Coweta, OK brings us this design inspired by a manger and a recording studio. Continue Reading…

PVC Over Pallets

Jacob Sciacchitano from Rockpointe Community Church in Sterling Heights, MI brings us this PVC design. Continue Reading…

Barned Walls

Danny Isom from Hill Country Bible Church in Austin TX brings us these Christmas panels. Continue Reading…

Lightstock

March 14, 2017 — Leave a comment

I remember looking for stock photos when I worked at a church. There were times I had to tilt my screen away from my office door for fear of what unexpected results would show up. Somehow something as innocuous as “man in field” would yield the most scandalous results.

I wish Lightstock had been available back then. They’re a super-legit source for faith-based stock photos, vectors, and video footage. It’s the perfect source for visuals themed as: Continue Reading…

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