In living rooms and school auditoriums. In open-air courtyards and granite cathedrals. Worship is about connection. Wherever you gather, we have a range of sound solutions to support everything from spoken word and delicate poetry to high-energy contemporary worship, drama teams, and youth groups.
Some worship spaces are temporary or simply functional. Some are abiding works of art. We offer options for both and our systems can grow with you: from portable PAs to fill a space at a moment’s notice to installed systems that support an entire campus — sanctuary, kids room, classroom, lobby, café, and more.
Bose Professional system electronics offer reliable, easy-to-use controls — many with smart functions that can be programmed to run automatically — making the system easier to operate and helping to keep frustration and distraction out of the worship service.
In places of worship, sound equipment shouldn’t be the center of attention. It should support the worship experience. Innovative technology and design help our products work within the sight lines and visual design of nearly any worship space, and offer both clear speech and natural-sounding music.
Featured Case Studies
Since 2000, SouthCrest Church has had a single-minded vision to connect people to Jesus and to one another. From its humble beginnings of gathering together in a catfish restaurant on Sundays to its current home in a 50,000-square-foot renovated warehouse, the SouthCrest community approaches everything it does with commitment and grace.
The first Methodist Bible study group in Galveston, Texas began nearly 200 years ago in 1837. Since its inception the group has evolved into the Moody Methodist Church, upholding its legacy while continuing to provide spiritual and physical care for their community.
The Cathedral Maria Santissima Achiropita, built in the eleventh century in Rossano, Italy, in the Province of Cosenza, is a marvel to behold. In Byzantine Greek, Achiropita translates to “not painted by human hand” or “with miraculous origins,” and the space’s beauty and presence live up to that designation.
There are challenging acoustical spaces, and then there are really, really challenging acoustical spaces. A contender for the top of that list is also near the top of another elite collection: the Thorncrown Chapel, in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, comes in fourth on the American Institute of Architecture’s top designs of the 20th century.