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Seating / Nave
Chancel / Sanctuary
This page shows the selected chair style that will replace the pews in the Nave. There will be three different chairs, two in the Nave and one in the Sanctuary. The Nave will have both single and double chairs with matching red fabric with a subdued pattern. The Santuary will have  single chairs with a red fabric with a more pronounced pattern. The chair frames will be stained a dark oak.
 
The cost of restoring the existing pews is very close to the cost of replacing them with cushioned chairs - single, double or even triple seats.
 
With the introduction of chairs in the nave will provide us with the opportunity to increase its useability and we do not intend to significantly reduce the seating capacity.
The Vestry and members of the congregation listened to a  presentation on "What does Our Building Say?" by Bishop Deon Johnson. Prior to becoming our Bishop, he led his congregation through a capital campaign with the goal of revitializing their church building. One of the early steps was a congregational and community survey of desires and needs. The results drove the discussion on all aspects of the renewal.
 
We intend on utilizing this process to identify what Trinity's building means to us and to the community. As this process begins, we will use this page to update the status of activity and where we are heading.
 
The Bishop's presentation was only the begining of this process and the slides opened new ideas that need to be explored.

Renewal for the

Next 60 years

Seating / Nave

Chancel / Sanctuary

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