United Reformed Church in Wandsworth is our most up to date delivery, September 2014, soon we are off to Oxford and Kent.
The list of churches below are all prior to 2008, since then we have delivered to hundreds more churches. If you go to Pews News on our Home Page, you will find them there.
Our history shows just how many times churches send us repeat orders for further pew cushions.
Church Pew Cushions, Kneelers and Safefoam go together very well. On these pages are listed some of the hundreds of churches that are now our very good customers.
Our most satisfying factor is when our church customers tell us that we are doing our job satisfactorily.
Whenever we deliver to churces & chapels we are of course usually met and greeted with great hospitality. Our Spring 2008 trip to Birmingham (below) was exceptional. Our white van man returned with a huge bunch of rhubarb from the Kingswood Meeting House vegatable garden! One church we got to just in time to lay out the new pew cushions before the audiance turned up for a Steeleye Span concert!
Below are some of the parishes all over Britain for which we've made church pew cushions, you might like to visit and inspect our quality...
2008 & Prior
On Monday 22nd December, after warm mince pies and coffee at The Vicarage, Llansantffraid, Rev Pam Powell guided our white van man (in convoy) to the beautiful St Garmon's church in Llanfechain. Below you will see the new pew cushions, which were pleasing to everyone.
A comment from one of the meeting group when our white van man arrived at St Nicholas, Alcester, Warwickshire 11th December 2008:- The cushions were ordered on the internet and I've always been very sceptical about ordering from internet companies. Now I've seen the cushions I am so pleased with them.
The colour chosen is our Ravello Navy Blue. All of the group were happy even though the driver was late due to a holdup caused by a crash on the M40!
St Nicholas Church is right in the centre of town, a beautiful old stone church. Christmas is coming was evident from the photo our driver took.
11th Dec. 2008
The cushions above are for the choir stalls at St Swithun's Kennington, Oxford. It is a lovely modern church built next to the original one. The fabric is our Manhatten Chenille Navy.
A comment from Rev. Dunning at Holy Trinity, Orton Longueville, Peterborough:
8th Nov. 2008 The new cushions have transformed the church. They look so good and they're very comfy.
The pictures below show the new cushions. The fabric used is our Textured Superweave, Rich Terracotta, without piping. Holy Trinity church is worth a visit. The village signpost is both unique and appealing. You may like to visit the church's website.
A letter from St Peter & St Paul's, South Petherton, Somerset:
14th July 2008 We are delighted with the cushions, as will be the choir. I enclose 2 photos of some of the cushions in situ. Pictures below from Mrs Robertson
A letter from Bridlington Free Presbyterian Church:
7th July 2008 Thank you for Pew Cushions which arrived safely and have now received their first test, the congregation are delighted.
Thank you for all your help at all tmes, if and when there comes a time when we can afford to have the rest of the pews cushioned, we will have no hesitation coming to you. Yours sincerely, S Lindsay.
Here is part of a letter from Kingswood Meeting House, Hollywood:
19th May 2008 Please find our cheque for final payment of our order for 26 pew cushions, with covers of various sizes. The introduction of the pew runner has been greeted with great sighs of relief and enjoyed by all as we stated in the email. The scatter cushion has also been a succes with the few who have seen it, so we think you may be receiving an order soon.
Thank you for the service and attention which has been excellent. RW Edwards, Chairman of the congregation. You might like to visit their website.Below are pictures of some of the pew cushions we have supplied:
Above is a blue single type cushion for the pews at The Market Harborough Congregational Church. Rather than the whole pew being covered, parishioners help themselves to a cushion on the way into church.....(First come first served!) Colour, Vienna Nightshade. You may like to see their website.
The old oak pews with the red pew cushions are now in the third generation of churches on the same site, they are over 600 years old. They are at St John the Baptist`s church in Billinghurst. See altar below.
The foam alone on some of these pew cushions can cost as little as £2.38 per foot.Above is St John the Baptist`s church in Loxwood, Billingshurst. See the lovely brick interior and altar. The vicar & parishioners we met at the church were well pleased with their new cushions. The old oak pews are just in a small section of the church, the rest of the pew cushions are as above. See more information. Above is the Church of St Radegund at Scruton, Northallerton. See the lovely Communion Rail Kneelers & pew cushions in our red polyester. See more information.
Above is St George`s Church Weald, Sevenoaks, Kent. They chose our red polyester. See more information.
The polyester covers on these red and blue cushions cost only £6.25 per foot.In blue polyester above & below at Zoar Baptist Chapel, Ipswich. Above the special seats and backs all in one we made for St Paul's Crofton. The seat & back folds up for easy storage and the congregation pick them up on the way in to church. (First come first served!). See also their beautiful window. Above, the 500 year old church at Cartmel Fell has become a comfortable place to sit! See more information.
One of our pew cushion sales was to the Bethesda Church, Nr Saundersfoot, Pembrokeshire. Here is a note from the church:-
Dear All at Safefoam, Just a quick note to thank you so much for the lovely pew cushions -
they were well used on Sunday and everyone loved them. They loved the colour, the fit and the workmanship, so thank you to all concerned for your excellent service. We`ll certainly recommend you and if we need anything similar in the future we will contact you.
We are very grateful for these kind remarks.
Another note came, a greeting card (above left) from Haslemere this time.
A belated but big thank you from the congregation at St Christoper`s Church, Haslemere - everybody is delighted with the new choir pew cushions. They fit perfectly and look very smart and are very comfortable. Our grateful thanks to all of you at Safefoam.
Thank you, everybody here appreciates your kind comments. You may like to see the Haslemere website.
Above right is seen another beautiful church. The Kings Langley All Saints Church.This amazing piece of history is found in one of the windows of the church.
Replacement glass April 1772, 235 years ago! Our new cushions are as good as they get, however I do not think they will last that long!
Seen above right & below is the Church of St James the Less in Westminster.
We delivered our pew cushions & everybody was so pleased!
Above left see close up of our 100% cotton covers, in Chapel Red, with the beautiful piped edges.
William Morris Blue Polyester covers above right.
The beautifully carved pew seat is at Llanhamlach Church near Brecon.The paintings had been recently refurfished. The picture below is of the Moridic stone at the church. It is thought to be over 1000 years old. Read more about it.
(Scroll down left hand side to Llanhamlach).
In addition to all of this,everybody was pleased with their new cushions.
We have more than fifty suitable fabrics for churches, claret, blue, lilac, green & others.
Please contact for a quotation and free samples of foam & fabrics.