When Should Churches Think About Divvying up Space?
At what point should churches think about divvying up their space?
Churches need to consider how many rooms are needed. A lot of churches have classrooms built in. If they’ve got four or five existing ones, but all of a sudden need six or seven more, they have to make those classrooms somehow. Most often it’s done by converting the fellowship hall, multipurpose room or basement. In larger churches, it’s usually a gym or a converted sanctuary. They also need to be sure they have enough people to staff the extra rooms.
Second, let’s say teachers are conducting classes in the fellowship hall at opposite sides of the room, with no dividers. That may work fine for a while, however, eventually, dividers are used to cut down the distraction from one class to another.
Portable room dividers are the perfect solution. You can set them up as a last minute room when needed. You can quickly close up the room divider and store it in a closet, to open the room back up. When opened up, it can hide one area from another, or hide unsightly equipment? The dividers can keep kids away from an area, that is off limits or private?