Can We Make Our Sanctuary Multipurpose?
Like many things in life, it depends. A couple of factors come in to play here.
1. Is your sanctuary floor sloped or flat?
This is important. Have you ever tried standing sideways on a sloped floor for a long period of time. Some what uncomforatble, isn't it? Or maybe tried to play ball or even set up a table with chairs. All of this is very problematic. The first rule is you must have a flat floor.
But, don't panic, yet. If your floor is sloped and you need a multipurposed area, it is much cheaper to level the concrete out than build a whole new building.
2. Are you willing to switch to chairs if you don't already have chairs?
It can't be multipurposed with pews, period. Even if they weren't bolted to the floor, which they most likely are, have you ever tried to lift one?
Chairs are nice because they can be quickly stacked and dollied out of the room or to the side walls. There are some very attractive chairs on the market, many of which we carry.