A group of developers who were blocked from building a sex club near a Christian school in Tennessee claim that they have found religion and will instead use the building to build a church, Latin Press reports.
Last fall, The Social Club purchased a new edifice in downtown Nashville for $750,000 with the intent to build a swingers club close by the Goodpasture Christian School, reports The Associated Press. However, the Metro Council in Nashville passed a zoning ordinance earlier this year banning swingers clubs from moving next to schools, churches and parks.
Refusing to back out of the deal, the group which operates The Social Club opted to rebrand their sex club into a church. Documents show that the group, Freedom 4 All, Inc., now plan to renovate the building to be a church called the United Fellowship Center.
However, skeptics note that the floor plans for the United Fellowship Center and The Social Club are pretty much the same. The only difference is that some of the rooms have been renamed, like the “dungeons” which are now being called the “choir” and “handbell” rooms and the “office” which has been changed to the “pastor study” room.