Website Guidance: Those We Help

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This series of blog posts will focus on the main pages throughout the website, their purpose as well as navigation capabilities.

Sauder Worship Seating continues to speak directly to denominations and markets through Those We Help. From the home page, use the horizontal navigation menu along the top of the page, click on Those We Help and go directly to the main page. The main Those We Help page includes four denominations and markets we serve: Protestant & Evangelical, Catholic & Liturgical, Synagogue and Courtroom. If you would like a more direct route to your denomination page, hover over Those We Help and a drop-down box will appear, click on the denomination and go straight to that page.

Each denomination page includes a unique listing of furniture product icons that can take you directly to the products you are interested in such as pews & benches, chairs, platform & sanctuary furniture or lounge & cafe seating! Navigate back to the denomination page by using the horizontal navigation menu along the top of the page or simply click the back button in the upper left hand corner of the screen to go back to the previous page.

Sauder WS collaborates with you and your team to help create a worship environment that enables each member of the congregation to connect to the message of the sermon through attentive comfort. Your Sales Representative can provide a range of seating options for the worship space as well as gathering spaces such as lounge areas, dining or cafe! We understand the furniture we manufacture is capable of being used in a variety of settings. The needs and observance of faith of each denomination is unique. No matter how you celebrate your faith, rely on Sauder WS for beautiful, functional and long-lasting church or synagogue furniture.

Begin your journey with Sauder WS by visiting any of the furniture product pages. Contact your Sales Representative today to see how Sauder WS can help you reach higher!

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This post was written by Amanda Opdycke