Church Auditorium Seating

Written by Beth Hrusch
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Church auditorium seating is designed for comfort and has many of the same features as stadium and theatre seating. In fact, they look very similar but often have decorative details that are lacking in chairs made to be purely functional. Church seating looks more like fine furniture in order to fit in with its environment, and to be more conducive to worship.

Church Auditorium Seating

Church seating is available with either fixed or folding seats. Arm rests can fold up like stadium seating or you have the option to order seats that have pew ends on either side. Scroll work can be added to the ends and chair backs, and decorative millwork adds an ornate touch if so desired. Of course, simple contemporary lines may be preferred, and manufacturers offer several styles.

It may be necessary to add kneelers to the chair. Consult with your church seating source regarding which styles can accommodate kneelers. You may also be able to get used or refurbished church seating for substantially less cost. Seats sold "as is" are available for the lowest cost possible. Determine what your budget will allow.

Seating Designed For Worship

Modern church auditorium seating is comfortable, which in turn helps church-goers focus on the experience. Upholstered seats made from the latest foam materials hug the body and reduce pressure points. Detail work and decorative moldings give the look of fine furniture and make the church interior more aesthetically pleasing. Professional consultation can help you make the right choice.


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