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  • Poyi Liu

    Wonderful :) I love bookstores. I have a couple of friends who turned a local abandoned church into their home. Because they are both artists, they sectioned off a part to be their gallery shop. I think 'repurposing' old church buildings is a fantastic idea.

    • Ben Goldhirsh

      agreed. church architecture and frankly all sacred space architecture is imbued with such intention and craft.

    • Murtaza Baker

      @ Poyi - That's so cool! Is this church house info available online? would love to check it out!

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    This is truly beautiful. Is it still used for church services?

    • Murtaza Baker

      It's a permanent bookstore. No church services are held anymore

      • Alessandra Rizzotti

        Still really cool. I could see it being an event space.