Why Bose Professional
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
Nestled in the peaceful, semi-rural town of Wayland, Massachusetts, Trinitarian Congregational Church (TCC) is a historic house of worship steeped in the New England evangelical tradition of renewal and revival. Originally founded in 1828, TCC Wayland is now home to a multi-generational, multi-ethnic, family-oriented faith community with active ministries in Wayland and the surrounding MetroWest region between Boston and Worcester.
The Universidad Panamericana (UP) — originally founded in 1967 as a business school then reclassified in 1978 as a university — is one of Mexico's most prestigious private educational institutions. Located in Mexico City, the UP is a Catholic university that shares the vision and principles of the Opus Dei, an institution of the Catholic Church that seeks Christian perfection and strives to implement Christian ideals and values in their occupations and society.
Beginning in 1949, First Baptist Church of Merritt Island opened its doors with a single mission in both mind and heart: Love God. Love People. Go into the World. Over the last seven decades, First Baptist Church has mirrored the community it serves, moving through new phases of growth and change.
Every house of worship is unique. That's certainly the case for the Putra Mosque: visually striking, it's one of the few pink mosques in the world, clad in rose-tinted granite, with a 380-foot-high minaret that is one of the tallest in the region.
For more than 140 years, the Basilica of the Sacred Heart — which serves as the mother church of the Congregation of Holy Cross in the United States — has served the community, students, faculty and staff of the University of Notre Dame. It’s given the community a place to gather, worship and experience a truly powerful, immersive space. The original presence of the Roman Catholic Church at this location began in a log cabin in the 1840s, which was replaced with the first church structure on the site later that same decade. The University’s congregation quickly outgrew the small church, and, in the spring of 1870, construction started on the now-historic structure standing today.