Church Connect Chairs, with locations in Monterey, Mexico and southern Texas, is very passionate about building a chair that adds to the success and inviting atmosphere of a religious building.
"Form, Fit & Function"
Provided by FBL Chairs and built by American craftsmen, our chairs are finely tailored and well-fitted; engineered to stack well and lock well; comfortable and durable and attractive and inviting!
* Custom built chairs, to your order
* Select from numerous high quality fabrics,
durable frame finishes and several accessories
* Chairs are built and shipped in six to ten weeks.
Numerous fabric selections are available.
Some will incur an upcharge on the chair.
Contact Larry Mitchell at Church Connect for more information.
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MARQUIS ERGO PLUSH STACKER is designed to interlock into pew-like rows. It has a stylish, finely tailored box-stitched back. Designed with an elegant, fully upholstered one-piece back, upholstered with high quality fabric over commercial grade foam on a durable lightweight frame. Offers great comfort while being extremely durable.
MONARCH PEW STACKER is also designed to interlock into pew-like rows. It is designed with a comfortable cushion, with a closed-loop framed back, a upholstered back commercial grade foam cushion with a lumbar back support. The Monarch is among the most durable and comfortable chairs with a better value than the Monarch Pew Stacker.
GENESIS VALUE STACKER is an economic stacker keeping comfort and durability in mind. As with the other worship chairs, it interlocks into uniform pew-like rows. These chairs have limited color selections and can only be ordered in quantities of 50 or less.
BIFMA - Business and Industrial Furniture Manufacturer's Association, is the industry leader in developing furniture safety, durability, and sustainability standards that ensure product performance and inspire confidence.
At CHURCH CONNECT, we use fabrics that have been tested and certified using up-to-date BIFMA standards to be most robust standards. Many church chairs on the market that passed under previous standards will fail today.