Auditorium-Style Church Classroom
First Baptist Church- Quitman, MS
Divide Fellowship Hall into Two Classrooms
Most church leaders know that their space can be utilized in a variety of different ways. Typically, fellowship halls are created in a large multipurpose room that can easily be adapted. Quitman First Baptist Church’s fellowship hall is no exception. Pastor Gene Neal from First Baptist wanted to divide their multipurpose room to accommodate two different groups and spatial designs. After reaching out to Screenflex Portable Room Dividers, this church was able to partition this room and create both an auditorium-style classroom and a smaller one with just a table and chairs simultaneously.
As shown, the dividers that Pastor Neal and his congregation chose were Screenflex Standard Partitions. They ordered two dividers, both eleven panels each, and connected them in the middle with a multi-unit connector. This design not only separates one classroom from the other but also creates a sleek backdrop behind the auditorium-style section of this church. While no room divider is entirely soundproof, these partitions can help limit the excess echoes and enhance white noise to make quiet conversations less distracting. Therefore, when the big class is in session, a smaller class can still take place on the other side. The area with the table and chairs can also create a breakout space meant for refreshments and conversing.
When looking to redefine your church rooms, Screenflex Dividers are the best option.