A church strives to be age-friendly and respectful. While older members of the congregation understand the purpose of a service, little ones are often confused. Recent studies have shown that a separate area for tots and youngsters is more advantageous for control and learning. The right furnishings within this room can help to keep everything better organized and available for other uses after the service is over.
As the holiday season draws nearer, Church attendance tends to rise. For individuals and families who aren’t church regulars, Easter, Christmas, and Mother’s Day are the days throughout the year with the highest church attendance. It’s a good time for churches to attract new members or reconnect with members who’ve let their attendance slip.
When looking for a new church, people look for somewhere they feel comfortable, both in the message being preached and the surroundings. This brings us to our forte- church furniture and furnishings.
Is your church part of the growing trend of incorporating the cafe shop concept with religious worship? Are you looking to expand your denomination’s social efforts to better communicate with the community? Either way, a coffee shop with the right furniture can be a rewarding ministry that serves your community, brings church members closer together, and raises money for your institution or other charities. Incorporating a cafe inside a church can be challenging so choosing the right Church Furniture contributes to a successful and productive congregation.
Here are a few tips to make sure you have an inviting atmosphere for coffee and worship:
Tradition is one theme that has often been associated with church culture. Many contemporary places of worship get their inspiration from older religious institutions and adopt similar hymns, liturgies, interior designs, and in many cases, it’s not uncommon to see church building shaped like a cross.
Eventually, there comes a time when most church interiors need to be refreshed. Although this step isn’t one to be taken lightly, there is evidence that to suggest it’s not something to be overlooked:
If your church building is over 15 years old, it is probably a growth-restricting obstacle…While nice facilities won’t cause your church to grow, poor facilities can prevent it from growing (CT).
Whether your church is considering a full remodel or just sprucing things up a bit, the time may be right for you to upgrade your church furniture.