Here are some photos of a typical moving day!
A typical moving day involves the help of friends from both congregations. Pews are first moved outside to the loading area. Men carry (being careful to support the middle of the pew) the pews into the truck and form the bottom row of 5 pews or so. (depends on the truck).
The next row of pews is then laid, usually upside down, on the first row. Ends should be protected with cardboard or blankets.
You can put about 5 rows high in a truck, if you can find someone to crawl back through and get out of the truck!
A great meal for all will make this a memorable day!