Sharing the Message

CTSI solutions help “the message” to be seen and heard in houses of worship. Professional sound systems in houses of worship have been a major focus of our business since 1969. Today, as the need for newer and more sophisticated audiovisual and pro sound technologies continues to grow, we are proud to design and deploy some of the most advanced solutions for religious institutions of many faiths.

From wireless systems, to camera and projection systems to large venue audio systems, CTSI experts design and install customized solutions that meet the needs of churches of any size. Recent successes include:

Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church (Washington, DC)

CTSI was called in for the multi-million dollar renovation of the National Church in DC.  This showcase facility incorporates state of the art-of-the-art sound and video systems while still maintaining the beauty and integrity of the existing stone architecture. 

Case StudyProfessional Sound at Metropolitan Memorial United Methodist Church

Greater Little Zion Baptist Church (Fairfax, VA)

CTSI relocated and enhanced Greater Little Zion’s existing sound system. A new video system was also added including projection screens, projectors, video switches and LCDs throughout the facility.

Bethlehem Baptist (Alexandria, VA)

CTSI installed a new sanctuary video system including two large projection screens, video equipment, video recording, web streaming and an AMX touchpanel control system.

Independent Bible Church (Martinsburg, WV)

CTSI installed a new sound and video system in a large multi-purpose worship/banquet space for the IBC. The installed systems serve multiple functions depending on the needed space configurations – unidirectional sound for a worship service or surround sound for a banquet hall.

Our Customers

"I just wanted to say that your technicians have bent over backwards to please us here at CNMC. They have gone beyond the requested service to assure that our nurse call system is operating to our satisfaction."

Engineering, Children’s National Medical Center