An alternate style option to the traditional church pew is church theater seating. It’s rare to see a church with this type of seating, but if built correctly, it lends a certain element of flare that combines both style and function seamlessly, allowing churchgoers to focus on the worship service at hand as comfortably as possible.
Fixed theatre seating for churchgoers in a place of worship offers various benefits over the traditional church pew. In some cases, theatre-style seating arrangements provide extended seating capacity and extraordinary long-term value.
Some of the advantages of theatre-style church seating include, but are not limited to: increased seating capacity, distinct style and value, fixed audience ergonomics, ease of use and repair, easier to maintain, the ability to place the seats in a curved arrangement like in actual theatre, provides an elevate level of comfort, the presence of armrests for even more comfort, and free seating layouts.
Theatre-style seating arrangements are also ideal for church balconies with cramped space.
There also exists a technical aspect to having seats arranged in single, theatre-style alignment. Some places of worship are ergonomic and structured in a way that allows sound to reverberate well across the venue. Placing seats curved in front of the main area will allow sound to travel equally to the audience in attendance.
Furthermore, theatre-style seating comes in a wide range of options, from fabrics to stainless steel, all with their own advantages and disadvantages.
Whatever material or make theatre-style seating comes in, there is one thing that is constant – theatre chairs are stylish and extremely comfortable if done right. Churchgoers will appreciate the style, and most of all the comfort that this type of seating brings.
They will be able to place their focus solely on the church service at hand and not on anything else.