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A presider's chair at a Catholic church.

What Are the Different Types of Synagogue Bimah or Church Pulpit Chairs?

When your church or synagogue is ready for new worship seating, you might automatically think of pews and church chairs for your congregation. But one often neglected piece of church furniture is clergy chairs. Your pastor, reverend, priest, or rabbi…
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Curved pews with purple upholstery line the sanctuary of the North Cleveland Church of God in Cleveland, TN.

How to Clean Upholstery on Furniture for Church

When you invest in wood furniture for your church or synagogue, you expect it to last for decades. So, when you notice your pews, benches, or chairs are looking a bit dingy and in need of TLC, you want to…
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Radius curved pews and combination seating at Congregation Rodfei Sholom in San Antonio, TX.

5 Tips to Get the Money You Need for New Synagogue Seating

Upgrading your current synagogue seating shouldn’t be stressful. The process can be easy with the right furniture company, design assistance, and friendly representatives. However, one of the most significant stressors of updating your synagogue pews or chairs is how to…
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A small wooden block with a door cut out and a silver cross to make it resemble a church.

7 Ways to Make the Most of a Small Worship Space

Bigger isn’t always better. In a world where success is sometimes measured by how much money is in your bank account, how many followers you have on social media, or how many people you can fit into your vehicle, it…
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Red church pews create a sense of tradition in a church.

The Best Way to Transition from Metal Chairs to Wood Church Pews

Are the metal folding chairs in your worship space starting to cost more money to repair and maintain than they’re worth? If so, it’s time to make the transition to church pews! Pews are low-maintenance and durable, meaning you’ll get…
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Modern church pews provide a designated space for wheelchair access

How Modern Church Pews Can Help Make Your Worship Space More Accessible

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) made great strides in the United States by requiring many organizations to provide accommodations for people with disabilities. Yet, religious organizations are exempt from this law. However, churches and synagogues should still make sure…
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the Temple Israel in Minneapolis, Minnesota

How to Tell What Kind of Church Chairs and Seating Your Space Requires

If you’re in the middle of a synagogue or church renovation, designing a new worship space, or just wondering how your spiritual center’s seating can best serve your religious services, there are several choices you need to make. The process…
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A wooden pulpit and beautiful wood church furniture with stained glass in the background at the Christ of the Redeemer Church in Longport, New Jersey.

Wood Church Furniture: Why It’s the Best Choice for You

If it’s time for your church to invest in new furniture, you need to consider choosing wood church furniture. Not only will it last for years, but it is also versatile, beautiful, and sustainable. Studies even show that wood furniture…
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Albright United Methodist in Mishawaka, IN

How to Maximize Your Worship Space to Stimulate Congregational Growth – Tips from New Holland Church Furniture

For many places of worship, the role of the modern church or synagogue is evolving. By utilizing space beyond the traditional Friday evening or Sunday morning services, most areas of worship are finding they can expand their impact and reach.…
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Church chair and pew seating

Church Pews vs. Chairs: Deciding Which Is Best for Your Worship Space

If we asked you to picture a church in your head, what would you envision? Would you think of a perfect white wooden building complete with a steeple, pews, and an organ? Or would you think of a contemporary worship…
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