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Church Sound Tour: Hope Community Church System Project

The theater-style sanctuary offers a concert-caliber sound system to support dynamic worship services as well as dramas and other productions

Hope Community Church began worship services in 1994 with about 30 people in attendance.

Less than 12 years later, the Raleigh, North Carolina interdenominational church celebrated the grand opening of a new worship campus that accommodates an average of more than 3,500 congregants every Sunday.

In addition to a 1,500-seat worship sanctuary, it offers a chapel, café, numerous classrooms, youth rooms and more, each with discrete audio systems (and, in many cases, video/lighting systems as well).

The theater-style worship sanctuary is the centerpiece of the campus, hosting dynamic services as well as dramas, concerts and other productions. It offers a concert-caliber sound system to match, developed under the guidance of Bob Blair, co-principal of ASP Integrated Systems, an AV contracting firm based in Raleigh.

Take a walk through Hope Community Church and its new sound reinforcement system with our Photo Gallery tour.

For More Information About The Equipment Utilized For This Project:
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