Everyone loves a cup of tea, but when it comes to making a round for the congregation, a small, domestic kettle might not be up to the job…
Whether you’re making 60 cups of coffee for your evening amateur dramatics class or you just need to pour three teas, there are many different options available to suit your needs. And even if you have over 100 mugs to store, there’s always an answer.
Smart storage As every member and volunteer of a church knows, there are always many thirsty members of your congregation and the local community. But when a mug tree just won’t do, a dedicated mug and cup and saucer cupboard is vital. Designed to neatly and conveniently store your crockery on ready-made trays, you can be sure that everyone is catered for at the same time.
Raising the bar Instilling a sense of community is essential to every church, and what better way than with an open drinks counter? As the perfect place to serve your congregation, you can create a warm and welcoming space to talk, while ensuring your kitchen remains clean and hygienic, without the added foot traffic of volunteers and members collecting their own drinks.
Time for coffee? An instant hot water boiler will revolutionise the way you make hot drinks – and once you pour upwards of 60 fresh cups of boiling water in an instant, you’ll never want a kettle again. It is also a safer way to make a large amount of tea, and with this one above expertly placed by the sink, dangerous spillages can be more easily maintained.
To find out more how we can ease the running of your church with a durable and functional semi-commercial kitchen, call the Steelplan Kitchens team on 0844 809 9186.