Led displays have shown, during the past years, to be an effective and affordable way for places of worship to communicate with their congregation. Led walls are being used in all ways by churches and not only to display song lyrics, announcements, news or sermon topics.

As LED technology is becoming more and more popular, churches all around the U.S are incorporating and choosing them as a new way of communication.

One of the main advantages of LED Wall displays, is the ability to re-design and give a new look to your stage. Incorporate video walls for your service backdrops. By rearranging panels you can change size and shape of your led wall, having multiple designs for different uses and always keep it renewed.

Use LED Video Walls to draw the attention of your audience and keep them interested.


The answer to this question depends mostly on your space. You don’t want a screen to be very small, neither to big for a smaller venue.

The next important question to answer is how much space do you have on your stage?
A general rule is to take the width of your stage and subtract 10 feet. For example, if the width of your stage is 40 feet, then a 30 feet LED Wall would be appropriate for your space. With that being said, you’ll want to consider the aspect ratio as well. Most graphics are designed in a 16:9 aspect ratio, so unless you have a custom content with a different aspect ratio, you’ll want to be sure to keep a similar 16:9 ratio. With a 30ft LED wall, your height will need to be 16 feet approximately.

How close will my audience need to be to the LED Wall?
LED Panels come in a wide variety of resolutions; we refer to this as pixel pitch. This is important because installing the wrong resolution Video Wall can result in undesired results or higher costs. The general rule is 2.5 feet per 1mm of resolution.


There are multiple ways to install a LED screen wall. Most common techniques are:

  • Ground Support Installation: This method system is a combination of a base-unit, connection bar and ladder truss that creates a very stable system to support your LED screens in various configurations and offers flexibility in height as well as width.
  • Flown Method: There are certain requirements that need to be in place in order to fly a screen. Most importantly, there needs to be ample structural support in the ceiling to hold the total weight of the screen. When someone says they want to “Fly” an LED screen, that means the screen will be rigged to an overhead truss system, a ceiling grid, a crane, or some other support structure from above.
  • Wall Mounted: Some panels have the ability to be drilled and mounted into the wall. This feature adds some cost to the panel, but is a great option if you’re looking for an aesthetically clean look with easy maintenance features.