I had the honor last July of presenting a workshop for Christian writers at Far Hills Community Church, in Centerville (outside Dayton), Ohio.
Just a couple blocks off I-675 on Clyo Road, Far Hills is a great big, sprawling church with apparently thriving children's, youth, Christian education, and worship ministries, among many others.
On entering the building through the front center doors, the visitor is greeted with a spacious and welcoming coffee and snack bar, and the second floor (where our conference was hosted) has well-equipped classrooms and youth worship area.
The auditorium (below) is large, and about what you'd expect. The cross on the left marks the baptismal.
Strategically placed inside and outside the auditorium were these (below) offering receptacles, with pencils and envelopes ready at hand on the side.
The day of our conference there, a crew of volunteers was apparently preparing the parking lot for a fresh coat of blacktop. We were almost left without any visible means of escape...but we made it out, past the three crosses that adorn the easternmost entrance and exit to the church: