how many homeless people do ya'll think this church can hold?
^Fairly trite response.Soulbrotha said:how many homeless people do ya'll think this church can hold?
I'm sure the more you give the closer you get to sit. After all, it looks like a sports arena. Why would anyone want to worship in a place like that?sleepy said:Think that place has suites, club seating, etc.?
I wonder what it costs to sit close-down, upfront at courtside. lol
I've seen it. The back side is made out of cinderblocks or something like that. They must have run out of money.CLTfanatic said:You should check out Calvary church in Charlotte, right off hwy 51. Biggest damn pink church I have ever seen.
That's not surprising. Just like McMansions with impressive fronts but cheap siding on the back and sides, these building are meant to make superficial impression rather than be a great work of architecture. Sadly, most buildings of the late 20th and early 21st century in the US are all about appearing to be something they're not rather than spending the money and effort on being the real thing. You have to wonder what future generations will patern their architecture on since this generation is obsessed with mocking up facades that merely simulate a particular style.waccamatt said:I've seen it. The back side is made out of cinderblocks or something like that. They must have run out of money.
It's built on the golden rule that due to quantity, the savings are passed to the consumer...AubieTurtle said:Brad:
Is the Wal-Church a place to go to McWorship?