For centuries architects have borrowed design ideas and details from religious buildings. If we were brutally honest, we might find that 75% of the designs found in a typical architectural history book first appeared on some religious building. That said, the elements were rearranged into some new form or use or usually both. For example we see the plan and form of an ancient Roman basilica evolved over time into high architecture as it combines with a myriad of other motifs to become the standard form used in the design of a Christian church.
These days we forgo the rearrange and reassemble part and jump directly to the reuse. How would you like to live here? First glance tells us that things could get a bit crowded, as one could never be sure that the good Lord deigned to move out. Also, what does one tell the parishioners who unwittingly show up for service on Sunday morning? No one thought to change the commercial entry to something with more residential appeal. There was, though, a salute to the all important automobile. Looks like someone added a two car garage. Maybe it is time to let some architect come up with a little devolution.