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'Church chair of the future' unveiled
My reaction is as James Macinnes. It's surely not impossible to include some place in the back of a chair or under the seat, to put a hymn book, prayer book, service sheet etc. A solid proportion of our congregation don't want any change to the pews (or much else) anyway; if these are the alternatives they are to be offered, then they will be fortified in their views, and I'd have to agree with them.
There has to be a trade off between portability and strength/comfort. I would hope to see at least half a dozen different designs that would allow a choice, depending on the priorities that any particular congregation may have.
Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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