A church in downtown Calgary is opening a cafe in its sanctuary so people can sip coffee under stained glass.
The historic KnoxÂ United Church at FourthÂ Street and Sixth Avenue is 105 years old â€” and now its council and congregation want to liven things up by adding new features, even if it means removing a few pews.
“We can hold 800 people and thereÂ aren’t 800 people there on Sunday morning,” Rev. Greg Glatz said Monday.
The cafe, set to open weekdays early next year, will offer freeÂ Wi-Fi. People will be able toÂ bring their laptops and work in a co-working space
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