With Church membership declining, old church buildings should be relatively cheap. Would converting a church building turn anyone off?
I like the evolutionary resonances of this sort of approach, the sense of being like a small mammal sometime during the Jurassic. At least, that’s how I would try to sell the idea.
Opportunities knock for the opportunist.
Downside is not knowing how much casual foot traffic might actually be turned off or spooked or just confused by it. “Our Lady of
Perpetual Temporary Irreverence” is probably not the first shingle I’d put up!