"The Rogue fixtures give the church the flexibility to create a variety of different looks and do different things that engage people in new ways, not just at worship services, but also at youth events and concerts," said Duke DeJong vice-president of systems integration at CCI Solutions, which installed the fixtures. "Dynamic lighting has been a big part of the Sandals worship experience for years, and Chauvet's Rogue spot, wash, and beam fixtures fit the bill perfectly."
CCI installed a total of 28 Rogue moving fixtures at the church: eight R2 Washes, twelve R2 Spots and eight R2 Beams. While the fixtures will move around on a regular basis, at the time of opening a group of four R2 Washes are flown on truss in front of the stage and used to engage worshippers.
A pair of the R2 Beams are on the upstage deck and used for aerial effects, and six spots are positioned on drum and band risers to provide back lighting. The remainder of the Rogues are on overhead vertical and upstage horizontal truss to hit the stage with light from varying angles.