Creating Flexible Space Anywhere

Portable Partitions Complement Your Congregation

Sep 7th 2016

Churches and places of prayer are often used for a lot more than Sunday gatherings of worship. In fact, most churches also serve as classrooms, worship sites, early childhood development sites and even full-time schools. While some churches have multiple rooms built into the building, there are many that are a large open space and are in need of church partitions that can easily transition that space into a variety of smaller rooms. [caption id="attachment_991" align="aligncenter" width="564"]worship-space-partitions Church partitions can divide space and control acoustics[/caption] This was the case for Divine Mercy Parish. After relocating to a brand new location, the church was needing worship area partitions and classroom dividers to create different sized spaces for the classes and services that are held at the parish. Divine Mercy Parish was recommended to Versare Solutions by a fellow church that had recently used our Room Divider 360 to create separate classrooms in their own worship space. [caption id="attachment_992" align="aligncenter" width="564"]churh-room-partitions Versare's Room Divider 360s dividing worship space[/caption] When Divine Mercy came to us, we recommended the same church partitions seeing as our Room Divider 360 can easily be configured to the worship space's needs and they absorb sound, a necessity when shopping for classroom dividers. At the same time, the partitions are easy to put away for storage when not in use, something that was important to Divine Mercy as they have a variety of activities and uses for their space. [caption id="attachment_993" align="aligncenter" width="564"]church-room-divider Portable church dividers can serve many functions[/caption] Today, Divine Mercy is using their worship area partitions to continue to offer their wide array of services to their congregation in their new location. The Room Divider 360 provides flexible, private and noise absorbing spaces so that their parish can thrive at providing a place of worship and teaching for their community.