This is St. Anne Catholic Church in Richmond Hill, Georgia (not a hill in its topography to be seen or experienced).
The church was consecrated this past February.
I have placed a "symbol" of ad orientem on the altar, the crucifix in a facing the congregation church and altar.
The only two pieces of liturgical furnishings that I have ever thought was helpful for these to be movable are the celebrant's chair and the baptismal font.
The baptismal font is now at the entrance of the nave, symbolic of baptism being the Sacrament of initiation or entrance into the Church. But it is also movable and can be placed toward the front for the Easter Vigil baptisms or baptisms of numerous children or baptisms at Mass.