Churches, mosques, and synagogues are an ideal site for loop systems. “Few hard of hearing people elect the hassle and embarrassment of special receivers and headsets. They prefer what’s now available in most British and Scandinavian places of worship—having customized sound broadcast directly through their hearing aids…” For more about looping worship spaces, see this recent interview, and visit here and here (or see here for an earlier article). Read one worshiper’s response published in The Banner, January, 2004, with permission.
Below are a few examples of successfully looped facilities. See lists of looped churches in Holland and adjacent Zeeland, Michigan. British houses of worship--including British cathedrals (see here)--are extensively looped.
Here are sample ways to introduce loop systems in a church bulletin or newsletter. Read a one-page synopsis from Reformed Worship.