3 Big Benefits of Radius Curved Pews for Your Congregation

  True radius curved pews can increase seating capacity in your worship space. This means your growing congregation will better fit in the sanctuary you already have or accommodate more worshipers for years to come in your newly built space. If your church or other sacred worship space resides in a very old, traditional building,

Today’s Choices in Pulpits, Podiums, and Lecterns

  By Don Roth Today’s choices in pulpits, podiums, and lecterns have expanded along with churches’ congregational styles, ranges of activities, types of facilities utilized – indoors and out, and, of course, budgets. The once traditional stationary wooden pulpit, perched in front of and above the congregation, is now sometimes replaced by more sleek and

What to Look for When Buying Church Chairs

So, you’re in the market for new worship seating and don’t know where to start? First, you’ll need to decide whether you want chairs or pews. While pews have been a solid seating option for churches for many years, stackable church chairs offer several advantages. Consider the following: Pew cost can be double or triple

Selecting Chairs for Your Worship Facility

By Amy DalCanton Which chair style is best for your church? You’re currently looking for the perfect seating for your project or renovation, and you may be debating what style fits best with your overall design vision. Both traditional and contemporary types of seating have their advantages, especially when paired with the most common design

Components of Operable Partitions

By Terry Fontaine Operable partitions, also commonly known as airwalls, are versatile, movable wall systems that are produced by several manufacturers. While they’re known as walls and partitions, they’re actually entire systems that have a variety of components and parts. Across the variety of manufacturers and styles, there can be a massive amount of difference

Maximizing the Use of Public Space

By Steve Cohen The key to creating a facility that adds value beyond Sunday lies in the design of public space—the areas where people meet, eat, learn and relax. In the modern congregation, there are many types of public space, including lobbies, social halls, recreation rooms, youth lounges, coffee shops and corner nooks. While each

5 Questions to Ask About Your Multipurpose Room

By Julie Wenckowski Like you, I’ve participated in plenty of church planning meetings where we’ve asked ourselves: Where can we get more space for the youth group? How can we better serve our community? What is the best location to store the worship equipment when not in use? Questions like these prompted our leaders to

Cost of Used Church Sanctuary Furniture

  This article originally appeared in the August 2013 issue. By Joshua Gabrielson Joshua Gabrielson is a church furniture consultant. I get a lot of people who contact me through my website asking about what something should cost online in the used church furniture market. I see tons of places like Craigslist that offer church

Choosing Church Seating

We recently spoke with Steve at K-Bilt Worship Furniture to find out what questions a church should ask when choosing auditorium or sanctuary seating. All churches desire to be good stewards of their budget; with so many different types of seating available, how do they make the best decision? Here’s what Steve said. Pews, Chairs

How to Choose the Best Chair Type for Your Church

Though many people have a good sense of what is comfortable and what they enjoy sitting in, most people are not so well-informed about what they should look for when shopping for church chairs. There are many different seating options out there, and you want to make sure that the people in your community will
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