Fellowship Hall uses for Room Dividers
We continue to witness the change in church design from traditional to more simpler designs due to shrinking budgets resulting in the demand for flexible space. Today, a large portion of funds are being used for technology forcing churches to review the way they use their new or existing space. A basement or fellowship hall is a great resource of space. This area that was once sectioned off by permanent walls for classrooms, is now constructed as a large open room that can be used for worship, gatherings, and recreational activities. When smaller rooms are needed for Sunday School, small groups or prayer circles the space can be easily divided with portable walls. When the large space is needed, the portable walls are closed and rolled into storage or along a back wall until needed again. The use of portable walls transforms the concept of the multipurpose room.