Need some help: offering plates

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  1. Groceryman053

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    I'm not sure which forum this question should be asked, so I apologize if this is placed in the wrong category.

    Does anyone know where I could find an offering plate with a flat rim rather than a grooved rim? The church wants it to be flat to facilitate engravement. Any help would be appreciated.

    God Bless!
     
  2. Dr. Bob

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    This is a fine place. We'll see if anyone knows.

    In the mean time, how about sharing a little about yourself and your ministry? We'd all love to get to know you better. [​IMG]
     
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    Have you checked with Lifeway? Their catalog has several different selections...but I can't recall off the top of my head if they have offering plates like you want. Worth a look, though.

    In Christ,
    Trotter
     
  4. Kidz-4-HIM

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    [​IMG] Hi and welcome from Alum Creek, W.V.

    As far as the offering plates I'm not sure.

    For the Kids
    Cline [​IMG]
     
  5. Deacon

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    Welcome to the BaptistBoard from PA, Groceryman!

    Almost all offering plates offered are manufacuted by the same company. They offer "grooved" sides for a better grip.

    You can use them and customize the center padded section...
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    ...you can look around for something meeting your need but not officially labeled as an offering plate.
    Perhaps you can use a large brass communion bread plate, they have a flat rim.

    Rob
     
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    I looked at some wooden plates at Cokesbury---that I recall were flat rimmed---would you know if you prefer metal or wood plates?
     
  7. Groceryman053

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    I'am a deacon in a 3 year old church in Vienna, WV. The Church was chartered with 527 members. In 3 short years we have gone from meeting in the local Holiday Inn to having 18 acres and a new Church building. Right now we are trying to get a 2nd service running (contemporary) but is meeting a lot of resistance from older memebers. Thanks for your ideas on the offering plate.
    Have a good day!
     

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