Gateway Community Church Adventure Kids Underwater World.
This was one of our favorite projects doing this fellowship room and turning it into an underwater world for the kids at the church. We are so thankful to be part of this wonderful project working with amazing people at Gateway. They had their first Bible school and told the stories using the boat and 14.5 whale shark on the ceiling. Watch and look for the different things in the video like the plane wreckage and the hammerheads. You will also see Mr. Wiskers looking down on you as you perform on stage. We have 3D killer whales and a sunken pirate ship coming off the walls. So much fun and we would love to work with you on your next project.
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