Rita B Hays published her book, The Most Important Space in the Church: The Nursery in 2009. Since then, there has been a movement in churches to focus more on the smallest members of their congregations. In doing this, a great deal of time and money has been spent on programming, staffing and security. Meanwhile, the physical space itself is often neglected.
So, here are 5 overlooked pieces of furniture that will help you create the very safest and most inviting space for your church nursery or worship center:
Flexible seating arrangements have revolutionized the concept of a modern classroom. Teachers are moving away from traditional, restrictive desks. But many are left wondering how to accommodate their more mobile learners. You know, the ones who often fidget in their seats and cause classroom disruptions.
If you’ve recently taken the plunge to expand the seating options in your classroom, consider these great options for keeping your kinesthetic students comfortable and focused throughout the day.
Integrating or updating your culinary appliances and equipment can be a daunting task. This is why you need a convenient way to find NSF approved quality appliances and equipment for your culinary program. If you’re just starting out, you will want surfaces, like the Diversified Woodcrafts Mobile Demo Table that will create a hands-on environment.
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.