• The Leadcom armless chair is ideally suited for both the smaller venue where space is at a premium or for venues with the larger congregations that regularly need to maximise their seating capacity to ensure everyone can have a seat, both, without sacrificing user comfort.
  • This back-mounted accessory is ideal for worshippers to keep service sheets handy, as well as for church wardens to place newsletters and information sheets for congregation members. They can also conveniently store personal items such as reading glasses, switched-off mobile phones or vehicle keys during the service. The handy pencil caddy means writing implements can be stored during educational sessions.
  • With it’s three reading angles, the back-mounted reader shelf is perfect for congregants young and old to be able to follow their service in comfort where reading is a necessity. It affords the user of reading and variable focal glasses the added convenience of choosing the most comfortable reading position and angle most suitable for their needs.
  • Leadcom Seating has redefined pew seating to bring a new level of comfort to what was once traditionally functional, uncomfortable wooden benches. The soft seating is not only comfortable, but brings an added quality ambience to houses of prayer. And it greatly enhances row access making it far easier for a congregant to get to the empty middle seat of an otherwise full pew!
  • The Swing Out end panel and Flip-Up armrest can be located at the end of any seat row. Compliant with not lonely the American Disabilities Act, it also conforms to many statutory disability requirements around the world. It enables congregants with disabilities to have a chair with dividers or armrests that they can very easily access.

  • The back-mounted book rack adds complete convenience for worshippers wondering where to place their prayer books when standing or kneeling. It is wide enough to take an open book so that the correct page in the service is not lost through closing it.