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Many people use these terms interchangeably, but is there actually a difference between them?
Well, yes there is. Dictionary.com defines a lectern as:
1. a reading desk in a church on which the Bible rests and from which the lessons are read during the church service.
2. a stand with a slanted top, used to hold a book, speech, manuscript, etc., at the proper height for a reader or speaker.
You would stand at or behind a lectern to give a speech, sermon or lecture. A lectern can be free-standing or placed on a table or desk. Lecterns can be height adjustable to allow..
11 uses of a lectern
Some of these may surprise you!
When you think of a lectern, what comes to mind? At www.Lectern-s.co.uk we manufacture our lecterns for a wide range of sectors. We are often surprised by the ways in which our lecterns are used by our customers. Listed below are some of the purposes lecterns can be put to:
Unsurprisingly, many of our lecterns are sold to churches. If you look around your local church, you will probably see at least one, if not two or three different lecterns. In churches, these are used to support the bible..
At Lecterns we provide a professional bespoke presentation furniture solutions to meet any and all of your unique requirements. We can not only modify our own original AV Lecterns to suit your specifications but we are also happy to take on new ideas that you may have sketched out or you wish to discuss with one of bespoke team.
Whatever you need, we will do all we can to help achieve your perfect display solution. Our bespoke service is available in a range of quantities whether it be a one off order or large productions runs. And, most importantly, all of our furniture is hand made ..