Chick-Fil-A gives a church without a place to worship the restaurant on Sundays

Chick-fil-A restaurants are not open on Sundays in order to give employees the opportunity to have a day of rest and worship, but a Virginia Chick-fil-A recently made an exception of...

Chick-fil-A restaurants are not open on Sundays in order to give employees the opportunity to have a day of rest and worship, but a Virginia Chick-fil-A recently made an exception of sorts.

The management at the Sandston, Virginia Chick-fil-A agreed to allow a church congregation which recently lost its Sunday meeting place to use the restaurant for their Sunday worship.

The Blaze reports that White Oak Community Church had been holding its church services in the ballroom of a nearby Econo Lodge hotel. However, that space is no longer available to the church.

“Upon arriving to our current worship location we found that the building has condemned signs on the door,” the church posted on its Facebook page. “The only legal use of any of the spaces are for the Econo Lodge to conduct business. We obviously do not have church this morning.”

“Often God sandblasted us out of places in order for us to see the next great thing that he has for His church,” the post continued. “A little frustrated this morning, but excited for what God has for our future!”

Chick-fil-A restaurants are not open on Sundays in order to give employees the opportunity to have a day of rest and worship, but a Virginia Chick-fil-A recently made an exception of sorts.

The management at the Sandston, Virginia Chick-fil-A agreed to allow a church congregation which recently lost its Sunday meeting place to use the restaurant for their Sunday worship.

The Blaze reports that White Oak Community Church had been holding its church services in the ballroom of a nearby Econo Lodge hotel. However, that space is no longer available to the church.

“Upon arriving to our current worship location we found that the building has condemned signs on the door,” the church posted on its Facebook page. “The only legal use of any of the spaces are for the Econo Lodge to conduct business. We obviously do not have church this morning.”

“Often God sandblasted us out of places in order for us to see the next great thing that he has for His church,” the post continued. “A little frustrated this morning, but excited for what God has for our future!”

Source: ChristianHeadlines.com (Veronica Neffinger)

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