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Chapel and Church Seating for Sale 

T.H. Stemper is a leading retailer of furniture for churches and chapels with a wide selection of comfortable and elegant seating options for congregations and clergy alike. From flexible-use seating ranging from simple stackable wooden chairs or interlocking full back chairs with integrated kneelers and hymnal slots, to presider sanctuary seating with high backs, we have the furniture variety to outfit just about any church.

Portable Church Seating Options at T.H. Stemper

When you order your congregation’s chairs from the church furniture suppliers at T.H. Stemper, you will be amazed at the options available to create the exact worshipping atmosphere you desire for your parish. Some of the styles of portable church chairs and benches available include:

  • Full or partial-backed seating
  • Fabric covered or plain wood style
  • With or without arm supports
  • Interlocking chairs
  • Integrated kneelers and book racks
  • Stacking chairs
  • …and more!

Portable Clergy Seating in the Sanctuary

We have two different styles of clergy seating to choose from:

  • The Clergy Pew
  • Presider’s Chairs

Both styles have a wide seat to accommodate clergy vestments and are available in a wide range of stains and fabric colors. Whether you are looking for simple or ornate, these chairs offer both the sturdiness and portability that you need.

Customize your Church Chair Order!

All of our high-quality chapel seating options are available in a variety of stains and/or fabric colors. You could select a stackable armless chair with rose red fabric and a golden oak stain or an antique cherry-stained interlocking model with billiard green fabric. With 20 fabric options and 16 different wood stains available online and even more upon request, the possibilities are nearly endless.

Outfit your church with the highest quality church chairs and furniture by ordering on line with T.H. Stemper.