October 2013

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Red River Family Dental, Nothing Like It!

Red River Family Dental in Gainesville, TX desires to provide a fun, safe, calming environment like nothing else in town.  Looking at the design concepts for this project, I would say truly one-of-a-kind!  This ridiculously cool design is installing soon.. can't wait!

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

We're Going on a Trip.. Join Us!

Did you know that Worlds of Wow! has been named the Official Themed Environment Partner for Orange?  We are so grateful for this designation and look forward to a long partnership.

The Wow! team is hitting the road next week by joining the Orange Road Trip! If we are in your area, please come and see us! 

Our Tour Stops...

Nov   6  Austin, TX         Gateway Community Church - McNeil Campus
Nov   8  Dallas, TX         Preston Trail Community Church
Nov 12  Nashville, TN   Madison Church of Christ

Interested in joining us on the tour?  Find out more information here.

P.O. Box 508 | Argyle, TX | 76226 | hello@worldsofwow.com | 817.380.4215

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Monday, October 28, 2013

A-mazing Children's Theming at West End Community Church | Nashville, TN

West End Community Church in Nashville, TN is truly focused on discipling the next generation.  In designing their new children's space, the goal was to genuinely live out the statement Judy, the Children's Director, regularly says - seeing kids' lives transformed by the Gospel!  They desire for the kids in their ministry to really HEAR the Gospel.

Together we focused on ages birth thru 6th grade.  This amazing ministry team wanted to see kids running to class because they are so excited to be there.  AMAZING.. CREATIVE.. INTERACTIVE... Job well done, team!

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Wow! What a Great Open House...

What fun we had sharing with such great friends the heart behind Wow at our Open House yesterday!  Such a meaningful time hosting so many wonderful people.  How exciting it was for us that people would travel from all over to join us - Kansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma!  We are truly grateful for the work we 'get' to do everyday.. we love sharing that with others! 

Friday, October 18, 2013

Worlds of Wow Open House

Worlds of Wow! would like you to  join us for our Open House.  Come and meet the team that makes all of the Wow! happen, tour our facility and see where the Wow! gets created, meet others and be inspired!

We would like you to join us!
for our
Open House

October 23, 2013
10.A - 2.P
Come & Go | Snacks & Beverages 

2126 Hamilton Drive
Argyle, TX  76226
Bring a friend, just let us know you are coming!


Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Kids Ministry Theme from an Executive Pastor's Perspective | Mid-Cities Church, Midland, TX

Great perspective shared by Pastor Chris Kelly of balancing the need for theming in the church and the impact theming has on volunteers.  Mid-Cities Community Church dreamed of amazing environments that would impact and inspire kids - I would say, mission accomplished!

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Children's Ministry Design | Fairhaven Church, Centerville, OH

A sneak peek at a phenomenal design that incorporates a fun children's theme with an incredible indoor play structure.  Worlds of Wow! is the only team that provides both theming and indoor play.

Stay tuned for more pictures as we wrap up this project!  
Contact us if you would like more information!

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

No Such Thing As A Space Too Small...

Reagan sends a word of encouragement to churches - anyone can have an amazing kids ministry space regardless of size.  Read the following excerpt from an article as published in Worship Facilities, Sep/Oct 2013.
Worlds of Wow, an Argyle, Texas-based design company that focuses on creating kids’ ministry spaces, is also a proponent of using color to help in tight spaces. Reagan Hiller, company president, draws on past experience in the amusement park industry and uses it to take children’s church d├ęcor to a new level. In counseling ministry leaders with a tight budget, Hiller says that it is imperative not to settle on boring—even though a space may be challenging.
“Do something, even if minor,” Hillier says. “Freshen up the space with a brand new color palette that is bright and open, making the space seem larger than it is.”
Hiller advises that the confines of small spaces make it imperative not to try to do too much. Along with that, removing clutter is essential, because cleaning up a space can actually make it seem bigger. He believes that any space, regardless of size, can create an engaging environment when it is used effectively.
“We want every church to have an inviting, effective kids’ ministry environment, no matter what type of space they have to work with,” he says.
“It's important to not overwhelm visually with too many items or too much density [in tight spaces]. We can often utilize the tighter space into a specific theme and turn it into a destination of the storyline.”