Posted in events on December 1, 2015 9:55 am EST

Solomon and New Product Awards Announced at WFX in Nashville

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By Church Designer Staff

The 2015 Worship Facilities Solomon Awards and New Product Awards winners were announced at WFX in Nashville, Tenn., November 18-19, 2015, at the Music City Center.

The awards, presented by Worship Facilities Magazine, are an annual national awards program in the church market recognizing the following categories.

2015 Solomon Awards

The Solomon Awards is an annual national awards program recognizing churches and their partners for excellence in facilities design, building expansion or remodeling, operation excellence, innovative use, and technical production.

Solomon Awards nominations are open to churches, architects, designers and builders. Finalists and winners were selected based on the quality of information provided. Winners are chosen by a distinguished panel of experts.

The following is a complete list of the WFX 2015 Solomon Awards winners:

2015 Solomon Awards Winners

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2015 New Product Awards

WFX New Product Technology Awards is a comprehensive audio, video, lighting, and other technologies product awards program for the church market. Submitted products are recognized for their innovation and application for churches of all sizes and styles.

The following is a complete list of the 2015 New Product Technology Awards:

2015 New Product Awards Winners

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The Worship Facilities Conference and Expo (WFX) is two and half days of education, hands-on training, networking, inspiration and exposure for ministry teams, including worship, tech, facilities and administration. This year’s expo in Nashville welcomed 225 exhibitors and more than 3,000 attendees representing 800 churches.