In the perceptions of those who serve or are served from them, altars and communion tables often become imbued with a sense of their symbolic significance. As such they must be objects of beauty, made to the highest possible standards of craftsmanship and be aesthetically integrated into the design or architectural style of the room or building in which they are placed.
Major good fortune enables Holy Trinity to undertake a complete reorder, including sanctuary, choir and nave furniture from Treske.
A full set of Sanctuary furniture including an altar, credence table, lecterns, choir stalls and clergy desks and other dignitary seating were designed and made by Treske for Manchester Cathedral.
As part of a wide-ranging modernisation of the interior of the church, which was completely emptied of the old box pews, Treske designed and manufactured 36 oak stacking benches, 24 oak side chairs and 16 oak armchairs, together with a special altar table.