The 5 Best Prayer Kneelers

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This wiki has been updated 15 times since it was first published in May of 2020. Designed with a soft padded area to protect your knees, these prayer kneelers keep you comfortable and focused during your personal prayer sessions, whether in church or in the privacy of your own home. Our selection offers a range of options, from ornate models that can also act as decoration, to simple, basic designs that allow you to concentrate on the important task at hand. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Fanwer Stool Table

2. Robert Smith Maple

3. Autom Church Travel Pecan

Editor's Notes

September 01, 2020:

One of the factors to consider when choosing a prayer kneeler is what exactly you'll be using it for. Obviously its primary purpose will be as a physical support while kneeling, but as a furniture piece, it can be used a decorative object as well. If it's important for your prayer kneeler to act as a reminder of your devotion to your faith, perhaps one of the more ornate options would be better suited to your needs. If not, then you can focus more on comfort and less on appearance, like the simple Autom Church Travel Pecan.

You should also consider the space that you'll be keeping your prayer kneeler. If you have a large Sunday school classroom with plenty of room, you don't really need to take space into account, whereas if you'll be using it in a studio apartment, you don't want an unnecessarily bulky model. The Creative Brands YC790 is our smallest pick, measuring 10x20x8 inches, and can easily slide under a bed or into a closet when not being used.

If you'd like to supplement your traditional bible with something more educational, these study bibles could be a useful addition to your prayer kneeler. Also, if this is a holiday gift for a young family member, one of these children's bibles could be a good accompaniment.

4. Creative Brands YC790

5. 1home Oakwood Peaceful

Alexander Rennie
Last updated by Alexander Rennie

Alex Rennie is a writer from Los Angeles, CA, and holds a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Missouri. Having been a successful residential and commercial carpenter for six years in New York City, he has a comprehensive knowledge of woodworking, power tools, and the world of home DIY. His passion for construction and carpentry keep him up to date on the latest gadgets and techniques, and he never misses an opportunity to patch up a drywall dent or sand down a rough edge. In his spare time, he enjoys hiking the Santa Monica mountains with his family and their dogs, and fostering rescue animals.

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