This is a purely hypothetical question. Just post number 1000 happening for me, combined with a little morbid curiosity. The congregation of your baptistchurch has expanded to the size that a new churchbuilding is certainly needed. Now there are 2 options. 1. Build a brandnew churchbuilding to your own specifications, this has the consequence that most churchactivities have to be scaled back considerably for a couple of years. 2. The local Roman Catholic church has been shrinking for years and they are willing to sell a building for a very affordable price. The problem is that it is a gothic building. Something like this. http://www.sint-niklaas.be/frans/t21.jpg It has a couple of other issues as well. Including tainted glass windows of RC saints that can't be removed because the building is on the heritage list, ofcourse the acoustics are...ahum 'eccentric' by baptist standards and let's not even try to get into the baptismal font situation. Which option would you choose and why?