As a whole, church attendance is on the decline in our country. Over the last 30-40 years, churches have steadily reported drops in attendance on Sunday morning. This has led many churches to take some personal inventory on what they can do better. One of the ways many churches have decided to revamp their structure is by updating their church furniture.
Make your church the talk of the town with all new church furniture. Colorful classrooms help children have fun and also promote a good mood.
Design a new Sunday school classroom with a new colorful Noah’s Ark rug featuring the alphabet in big letters. It comes in sizes up to a 7’8″ X 10’10” Rectangle or oval shape. It’s so much fun to sit in the floor listening to a Bible story with your friends.
Someone mentions church furniture and you might immediately think of wooden pulpits, communion tables, baptismal fonts and tithe boxes. These are traditional furniture pieces found in most church sanctuaries that are seen on Sunday mornings and during special church events such as weddings. But most churches have a vast life beyond their sanctuary. Let’s explore other church furniture items you might not know you need.
There’s a certain weight to church furniture, both spiritually and quite literally. Through history the pastor alone led worship and the church furniture remained stationary, front and center.
Now, with a great variety in worship styles, there may me a team of singers and readers, maybe a rock band with a full drum kit, or of course there still could just be the pastor. Traditionally the Baptismal Fonts, Communion Tables, Flower Stands, and the all important Pulpit that have long resided permanently in front of the congregation. Equally keeping in tradition, these church furniture chancel sets are substantial in size and cannot just be swept into a closet when the band begins to a drum solo in praise of Him.