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Docklands Church

 - 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.