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As The Church Grows, So Grows the Cathedral

Oak church pews for sale

If you are anywhere looking for church steeples for sale, there are a couple of different things could be true. For one thing, you might have had a steeple but it is getting old or it was damaged by a storm of some kind.

For another thing, you could be building a new cathedral or renovating the one you currently have. Either way, you are going to need a new steeple. Looking for church steeples for sale might seem a bit daunting at first but after not too much time, you will have a really good idea of what it is that you are looking for, exactly, and how (more…)

19 May 2017

Faith and Furniture Church Pews and Steeples

Church steeple

For centuries, churches have been tranquil places for worship and community gathering. The furnishings, ornaments, and architecture of churches have become incredibly important to the churchgoing experience. While churches historically didn’t always look like they do now, today one could easily tell what one was looking at by just seeing the top of a steeple, or know where one was by seeing a row of church pews.

A Brief History of Pews.

Church pews were introduced in the 13th century, as removable stone benches. Today, pews are one of the most iconic staples of church furniture, and are made of some kind of wood, usually oak. It wasn’t until the Protestant Reformation of the 16th Century that permanent pews were commonly installed in churches. This reformation brought with it the rise of the serm (more…)

13 Jul 2015