Traditionally, churches had a lot of space and each room had a purpose. There was a room for worship, a separate room for meetings, a hall for meals, and classrooms. Recently, many churches are using smaller spaces and the room has to serve many purposes. It is important to choose church furniture that can function in many different contexts to be efficient in space and finances.
New Chairs for Churches
Gone are the days of hard, wooden pews. Not only are they unpractical for a multi-purpose room, but they aren’t very welcoming or cozy. Today churches have a variety of choices for church chairs. Single cushioned chairs can be easily lined in rows for a worship service. These chairs work well around tables for a meal or meeting too. Many churches choose stacking chairs because they can be easily put one on top of another and moved out of the way to make an open space.