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Once churches have lived their life to the fullest, they sometimes die. Urban decay and the movement of populations have resulted in a lot of churches standing empty. While some churches just get destroyed and their remains are just rubble, some move on to the great beyond. The afterlife, if you will. People have been repurposing churches to fit more modern needs and giving the buildings a second life. Some of the ideas are downright brilliant. Take a look.

The Church Brew Works

The Church Brew Works

The Gym of St. Jude

The Gym of St. Jude

The Church Nightclub

The Church Nightclub

The Entrepreneurs Church Office Building

The Entrepreneurs Church Office Building

Skaterham Skate Park

Skaterham Skate Park

South River Vineyard

South River Vineyard

Phi Sigma Kappa Frat House at RPI

Phi Sigma Kappa Frat House at RPI

The Michaelhouse Cafe

The Michaelhouse Cafe

Dawson College Library

Dawson College Library

The Selexyz Dominicanen Bookstore

The Selexyz Dominicanen Bookstore

Claire and Marc Bourgie Pavilion Arts Museum

Claire and Marc Bourgie Pavilion Arts Museum

Pitcher and Piano Bar

Pitcher and Piano Bar

Dunkin Donuts

Dunkin Donuts

Mad River Bar

Mad River Bar

A House

A House

The Church Bar

The Church Bar

Williams Grove Laser Tag Arena

Williams Grove Laser Tag Arena

I”d definitely be more compelled to go to church if they had laser tag! Waking up on Sunday morning would be a breeze especially if I got tanked at the same church the night before. Share this post if you would like to hang out at a church… but want to get past all the church-y parts.

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