Stage Designs


Jeremy Davidson from Harrah Church in Harrah, OK brings us this set for their “Top Gear” series.

They made the checkered flags from 2′ x 2′ black and white sheets of Coroplast that were stapled to a frame made of 2″ x 4″ and along the back wall of the stage. They spent about $200 on the set.

Then they borrowed some tires and rims to go on the lower stage where the pastor delivered his sermons.

They played videos from Top Gear Director Nigel Simpkiss’ Vimeo page on the large sidescreens during the pre-service to help amp up the car theme.

They also played a video called The Long Road from Worship Films on the side screens during the sermon. It is a long play video that morphs from scene to scene and lasts around 7 minutes.

The series coincided with the start of the new season of Top Gear on BBCA.

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One response to “Checkmate!”

  1. Dustin says:

    I know Jeremy. He is quite a creative guy. Good job man on the set design!

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