We’re often asked what churches should look for when searching out the right church pews. We’ve written about a lot of factors, including style and budget. But the truth of the matter is, the first place a church needs to look isn’t at church pew manufacturers but at their own church. Understanding your church’s needs is the first step to being able to get the right church pews and church seating for your church. When you’re starting your church pew search, go over these questions with your committee and discuss the needs and future of your church: Continue reading
All of our church pew ends are made of solid oak, which allows us to stain them to match your existing church furniture and show off the beautiful wood grain of the church pew ends. But the look of stained wooden church pews isn’t right for every church. Another option is a flat white paint effect called Colonial White. Colonial White still has a lot of options for your church pews, even if you want something more traditional in color. Continue reading
One of the most commonly asked questions when churches are looking to buy new church pews is how long they can expect the church pews to last. The answer depends on how often the pews are used, how rough your congregation is on them, and how much maintenance you do to maintain them. In general, you can expect church pews to last a lifetime with the existing padding and fabrics but the woods can last much much longer with proper care. Continue reading
Reverend Gary Watts of the Jacksonville Congregational Holiness Church in Jacksonville Alabama joined us when we finished installing new church pews to admire our good work. We love the floating pew design with the carpet runner that gives the church a modern and airy feel. These custom new church pews are made of solid oak and other high quality materials, just as all of our pews.
Last June, Moline Christian Church was struck by lightning early in the morning and the church and food pantry burnt to the ground, leaving only ashes behind. After rebuilding, the congregation at Moline Christian asked us to install new pews for them as well as some other church furniture. We were pleased to help the Moline Christian Church rebuild. Continue reading
Did you know that we also make mission style book cases as well as custom church pews? We make these bookcases out of the same solid oak that we use for our church pews and can finish them to match your other church furniture we build for you. They’re a great addition to any pastor’s office or church library.
When you’re looking into getting church pews, going with a company that can also build quality furniture of other types, like tables, bookcases, and chairs makes it not only easier to match all your furniture but can make it cheaper than buying pieces from a bunch of different companies. If you’re looking to price church pews, communion tables, chairs, and other church furniture, be sure to think about all the costs and time you’ll have to spend getting all those pieces from different places. You could have a different company for each one piece of furniture! Continue reading
After a long drive from our shop in Twin Oaks, Oklahoma, we arrived in Lake Helen, Florida, to install new church pews in the sanctuary at the Mount Zion Baptist Church.
Lake Helen has an interesting history as a town. It was founded in 1888 by Henry DeLand, a baking soda tycoon who also founded the nearby town of DeLand. He eventually lost his fortune on losses in the orange industry in Florida but left behind a great legacy. Continue reading
One feature that comes standard with all Born Again Pews church pews is custom made communion cup holders on the pew backs. These are small wooden holders with a circular hole that are just the right size for the standard plastic communion cups many churches use during communion services. But your church might not need these communion cups and may want to forgo them on your church pews. Determining whether or not you want communion cup holders on your church pews is just one decision in the church pew selection process. Continue reading
We recently wrapped up installing new church pews for the Torch Hill Road Church of Christ in Columbus, Georgia. They’re the closest church to Fort Benning in Columbus and serve a lot of military families as well as families who are part of the Columbus community. We installed 27 new church pews in their church, using a light stain and dark red fabric for the seats. Continue reading
Our thoughts and prayers are with those who are remembering loved ones today, and we are offering grateful prayers for those who serve our nation. Have a blessed Memorial Day.