Your Ultimate DIY Guide To Mobile Church Equipment

It doesn’t have to cost you 25 grand or more to put together a mobile church setup. It just takes knowing what equipment you need and where to get it.

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I am not recommending the cheapest ones. I am recommending reliable ones at a decent price by manufacturers that I have come to trust over the years. Don’t expect top-notch professional sound like you would find at a mega-church. You will get good sound at a decent price out of these systems.

Mobile PA System Packages

The Fender Passport

Fender Passport Conference Portable PA SystemFender Passport Conference Portable PA System

  • All-in-one PA system with five-channel powered mixer and full-range speaker
  • 175 watts
  • Nine inputs (three XLR, five 1/4″, one 1/8″ stereo)
  • International voltage operation (100- 120-volt/220- 240-volt)
  • 1/8″ stereo line output with level control
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The Fender Passport is a small all in one PA system. It has five channels which are good for a couple of vocals, a guitar and a keyboard. That is not a lot, but when you are first starting out, that is all you need. It comes with the speakers, mixer, speaker stands and a couple of cables.

Fender is a great brand name with a good reputation. There will come a time, Lord willing, that you will grow out of this system but if you have to start with a small budget, you should be well served by this portable sound system.

The Peavey Escort 5000 Portable PA System

Peavey Escort 5000 Portable PA SystemPeavey Escort 5000 Portable PA System

  • 500 Watts (250 x2)
  • Two-way speaker system with 10 woofer
  • 8 channels
  • Custom rubberized knobs
  • 7 combination XLR 1/4 inputs

For just a little bit more you can upgrade to 8 channels with the Peavey portable PA system. It has seven mic/instrument inputs and 1 line input. It has a rugged wheeled carrying case, speaker stands, speakers, and mixer.

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Duke Taber
Duke Taber has been a Senior Pastor of various churches since 1988. Prior to that, he was involved in the Christian rock scene opening for such notables as Larry Norman, Randy Stonehill, Rez Band, and once played briefly with Darrel Mansfield. Today he is the owner and managing editor of 3 successful Christian websites that support missionaries around the world. He is currently starting a brand new church in Mesquite NV called Mesquite Worship Center.