Docklands Church

By: Bianca Bartz - Published: Oct 30, 2007 • References: & uk.reuters
Nothing like an ocean view, a chilled beer, servers with Aussie accents and... mass? A pub in Australia has been converted into a church for those looking for a really modern experience. Aside from a regular service, holy spirits abound; the Docklands Church does, in fact, serve ale and traditional pub grub.

A group of Christians wanting to attend mass in a churchless area of Melbourne created the make-shift place of worship inside the James Squire Brewhouse.

The church offers food, tea and coffee during the service, but no alcohol is limited to before and after. Stats for Melbourne's Holy Pub Trending: Older & Mild
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