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John Davies

Quite a few churches have two pulpits. Interesting you should think they were there for some sort of competitive purpose ... actually the symbolism was that one was for the reading of the epistle, the other for the reading and preaching of the gospel ....


they have a great cafe ("The Place Below") in that church....great for any lunch meetings!

Buzz Trexler

In the states the one on the left (the one for reading Scripture) is called a lectern, while the one on the right is the pulpit (used for preaching). They are normally found in churches with Anglican tradition, such as Methodist.
Grace and peace,

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