The wood in the chapel, as well as most of the building, is original to its construction, and from the local area. The pews have small bars that acts as footrests.
These lights, as well as the ones on the ceiling, are also original.
The triangular woodwork at the back of the chapel used to be one large window that acted as a cry room. It was removed in one renovation, but the cry room still exists--albeit as classrooms. They still have stadium seating, too.
The sacrament table also has interesting patterns on it, a result of piecing the wood together so it would fit.