Service and Advice From the Start

Service and Advice From the Start

Today’s contemporary worship facilities function at their best when audiovisual and lighting requirements are addressed during the facility’s planning stages. A worship venue’s physical characteristics have a significant effect on the quality of the congregation’s worship experience.

The room’s shape and size, its ceiling profile, the lighting’s color temperature, the sound system’s clarity, and the video projection system’s placement all play crucial roles in a worship service. To enhance the experience, these systems must work together within the functional and aesthetic limitations of the facility. CCS can design a system that accentuates a facility’s best features while minimizing its drawbacks.


Asking the Important Questions

The design process starts when we work with architects and church leaders to understand a ministry’s most important goals. What is the congregation’s worship style? What is the architect or leader’s vision for the facility? Where can CCS add to the project’s value while complementing the abilities of other members of the design team? The answers to these questions—and many more—help us to form a design and implementation plan for any congregation.