I am a member of Northeast Church -- A Southern Baptist Fellowship. We are located in Braselton, GA. The building where we meet was once a Motorola factory but now houses 4 acres of ministry area under one roof. We are blessed to have this property.
It has become more commonplace over the last couple of decades for people to meet for worship in non-traditional settings. I find nothing wrong with that at all. In fact, many are meeting in schools, theaters, community centers and under park pavilions.
Sometimes we've become so attached and hung-up on ornate architecture, tall steeples, pipe organs and pulpits that we've forgotten that genuine worship is a matter of transformed hearts and lives yielded daily to Jesus Christ.
It matters not where you meet with fellow believers to worship, but it does matter WHO you worship. We can, unfortunately, be guilty of worshiping the building, the decor, the hymnals, the electric gu…