A church pulpit is a Christian platform for a preacher. The traditional pulpit is elevated above the surrounding floor to improve audibility and visibility, accessible by steps and about waist-high on both sides. The pulpit was usually reserved for the clergy. These are some of the rules of the Catholic Church and other religions. Even among the non-conformists of wales, this was considered proper.
In some small churches, a second pulpit was built opposite the main pulpit for exhortation, testimony, and other speeches of the lay. Many churches have a second, smaller lectern, called a lectern, on the epistle side that lay members can use, often for other Bible classes and general announcements. The traditional catholic church pulpit on the left side of the chancel or nave is usually reserved for Lutherans and many Anglicans. In Presbyterian and Baptist churches, the pulpit is located in the center behind the table. Many modern Roman Catholic churches have an Amber that doubles as a pulpit and podium.
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