Living Faith Baptist reached out to JCA to help with their stage lighting. When the building was constructed the budget just wasn’t there, and it was finally time to solve the problem. Living Faith wanted a simple, easy to control LED system that had the ability to do color and grow with them. The result turned out fantastic! JCA installed 6 Chauvet Ovation F-145WW fresnels for a soft front lights, 6 Chauvet Colordash Par Quad 7 pars for some rear color, and 4 Chauvet Colorband Pix battens for uplight around the stage. An ETC Colorsource 20 console gives easy control over each fixture, or with the touch of a button, scenes that are easily programmable.
6 Chauvet Ovation F-145WW Fresnels
6 Chauvet Colordash Par Quad 7 Pars
4 Chauvet Colorband Pix USB
ETC Colorsource 20 Console
Proper lighting infrastructure is a must in many churches today that utilize theatrical lighting for their services (lighting rails, power, relays, etc). Living Water Church in Mt. Sterling, KY had plenty of great LED fixtures, they just needed the proper infrastructure and a few more front lights to go with it. JCA installed over 40 feet of front lighting rails to support not just front light, but intelligent lighting fixtures, atmospheric fixtures, and even projection! To power the new front rails as well as the rehung truss above stage, a 10 channel Lyntec relay was installed so that all power could be controller from FOH. To finish off the install six new Chauvet Ovation 145-WW LED Fresnels were added for more front light.
6 - Chauvet Ovation F—145WW Fresnels
Lyntec LCRP-10 DMX Relay
40’ of Lighting Rails
The J. Dan Talbott Amphitheater in My Old Kentucky Home State Park has been staging The Stephen Foster Story since 1959, and millions of people have traveled to Bardstown, Kentucky from around the state, the country, and the world to experience it.
Gheens Recital Hall on the campus of Campbellsville University is the home of all student
recitals, staff recitals, endless musical events, and even events . The lighting system was
original, and was in dire need of attention.
The broadcast system at Ransdell Chapel located on the campus of Campbellsville University had long become antiquated. To update the system, JCA decided to go back with the