Solution To all Those Defunct Vacant Multi Plex Cinimas..Turn Then Into Individual Multi Faith Houses Of Worship

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What to do with all Thes Defunct Multi Cinamas

Let Me Start Off By Saying That  Many Multi Plex Style Cinimas (trade mark name) That Have Gone Out Of Business Due To The Availability of Big Screen TV.s,Soundbars,Sub Woofers DVD,.Cable Netflix Etc .So The Public Has Stopped Going To The Movie Theaters .
Why should they ..they have a cornucopia of devices and gadgets who needs to spend $22 a person for an Hour and a half show.
Our suggestion is a multiplex house of Worship that is home to many different denominations and Faith’s.
In Flushing Queens there was no Synagogue around. So on the High Holidays we had our services at the Prospect Movie Theater on Main Street & Prospect Ave..How it came about We are not privy to that..Perhaps it was an Accommodation from the owners of the theater or some future Jewish  congregants who had yet found a place to have a Synagogue..who knows but we had  our Rosh Hashana & Yom Kippur services there.
Based on this I thought of a novel way to to utluize all those empty vacant defunct Multi Plex Type of Thrtaters.
For example in one cinema theater  you can have for example Roman Catholic Church ..Greek Orthodox in another Baptist Jewish a  Mosque..Bahi ,Budists Temple etc etc and so forth..get the picture.
Now I personally Have known Many Churches that no opened their doors and hearts give Jews a section on their Church for Jews whose Synagogue had a fire in flood and visa versa.
This idea is based on both of the above stories I’ve mentioned above..
This is house of Worship of the future is here…
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