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Tips for Selecting Church Supplies
Bibles, hymnals, pews, and altars are only the beginning when it comes to items for a religious establishment. The following are some tips for selecting church supplies.

Tip #1: Keep Your Parishioners' Needs in Mind
The needs of the congregation should come first. Ensure parishioners can see and hear well enough, which means larger print Bibles and hymnals and maybe even a sound system. Be sure to stock nonalcoholic wine for communion, and be sure your communion bread or wafers are free of common allergens. Don’t forget to pick up some toys and books to keep small children occupied during the service.

Tip #2: Let Your Supplies Reflect the Design and Spirit of Your Church
If the interior of the church is gilded and gemmed, feel free to match your chalice, collection trays, and other accessories to the décor. Similarly, stock a modestly decorated church with conservative goods. Don’t go overboard when spending money on church supplies, especially if your church is small and not particularly wealthy. Unfortunately, accidents and thefts do happen, and if an item is broken or goes missing it will need to be replaced.

Tip #3: Don’t Forget Festive Supplies
It is very easy to reflect the upcoming religious holidays at the alter or in the pews. Different colored cloths or candles for the altar are easy to come by and can be used for every occasion. Tasteful wreaths on the ends of pews and a nativity scene on the piano are wonderful ways to celebrate Christmas. Special music can also be played or sung. When selecting holiday items, keep your other goals in mind, though. You don’t want to offend any parishioners with decorations, and you don’t want to clash with the rest of the building by choosing decorations that are too flashy.

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There are many different retail and online stores where you can find supplies for a Christian church. Some sellers will also provide you with a catalog on request where you can find things like furniture, an altar cross and Bibles. Below are some questions to ask before you purchase religious items.

  • For furniture, what types of materials do you have available?
    If you are looking for things such as a lectern where the priest can deliver his sermon, a Bible stand, or a pew, some sellers offer many different types of material. For example it is common to find lecterns and Bible stands made using acrylic or wood, and the type of wood can vary. The same is true for a Communion table or the baptismal font used during a Christian baptism.

  • What types of seasonal supplies do you carry?
    Some religious items are seasonal, for example the vestment worn by the priest at Easter, a brazier for lighting the new fire at Easter, or a Christmas candle. Some sellers won’t carry these items year round or the supply may be limited if you order out of season.

  • How long will production and shipping take?
    If you are ordering a custom item for your church, such as a pew made to your size and material specifications or a custom-crafted altar and cross, make sure you and the maker agree on a schedule for completion. Furniture production can be time intensive, and bigger items can also take time to ship. You should also agree on production time if you are ordering for example a custom designed vestment.