NOT OF THIS WORLD
The Not Of This World Lights Christmas Show is built and sequenced by
Michael Coffing with his unique animation style to light up December nights.
Tune to 91.1 FM and listen to show!
The show runs daily
all DECEMBER long from
5:30pm to 9:30pm
TUNE TO 91.1 FM
Extended Weekend Hours
(Friday-Sunday to 10pm)
Please observe the following: TURN OFF HEADLIGHTS + DO NOT BLOCK DRIVEWAYS
Click this button to go to the NOTW Lights Song Voting page and choose the next song to play live!!
1 Jesus is Coming Back Jordan Feliz
2 Surface Pressure Encanto Soundtrack
3 Avengers Mix Various Avengers Soundtracks
4 Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy Jennifer Thomas
5 Wizards in Winter Trans-Siberian Orchestra
6 Greatest Show The Greatest Showman Soundtrack
7 Winter Wonderland Pentatonix
8 Into The Unknown Frozen2 Soundtrack
9 Sleigh Ride Boston Pops
10 Christmas Is Francesca Battistelli
11 Let It Go Frozen Soundtrack
12 Mary Did You Know? Pentatonix
13 Believe Polar Express Soundtrack
14 Halleluia Pentatonix
15 O Holy Night David Archuletta
16 Little Drummer Boy Pentatonix
From my family to yours,
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
For me and my house, we will serve the Lord.
Frequently Asked Questions
What kind of lights do you use?
I use 12V RGB Pixels, known as "bullet" pixels due to their shape, evenly spaced in drilled PVC pipe. Each pixel is an LED light capable of producing the entire rainbow of colors at varying intensities ...learn more
How long does it take to sequence a song?
It takes me around 18-24 hours here and there to sequence one entire song. I'll sequence an hour or two at a time. On average, it takes about 2-4 weeks of that spare time to sequence an entire song. It also depends on how long the song is and how complicated the sequences are ...learn more
How many lights do you have?
I currently have 2,762 lights in my show running off 2 controllers: a SanDevice e682 controller and it's smaller sister, the e6804 controller.
What is your favorite display element?
My favorite displays are the large hanging Snowflakes made up of 216 RGB pixel lights each. It takes longer to set up in the sequencing software but I love how I can turn them into fireworks ...learn more
How big is the computer to run the show?
The entire show is run from a single board computer called a Raspberry Pi that comes as a complete kit for about $70. It's about the size of a credit card! ...learn more
I want to do this! Where do you start?
Best advice is to first get a controller, power supply, at least one strand of lights, and follow online tutorials to get the lights to do what you want. Adding more lights and complex elements comes naturally after you get your first set of lights to work. Here is a list of everything I got when it was time to get serious ...learn more