Right next door to the Emanuel-Brinklow Seventh-Day Adventist Church is this stately mosque:
It looked abandoned when I took this photo. The light shining in the second-floor window made me think that it was still an active place of worship, so I googled and wiki-ed (there, a new verb!) until I found their site.
The Dawoodi Bohra mosque, in
addition to its primary function as a site for prayers and madrasa,
should take into account the hospitality concept of the community.
Almost every religious function is followed by a jaman (meal)
and when ever the Dai-al Mutlaq graces the community with his visit,
all the mumin from around the world are invited. The common area is
designed to be flexible, to accomodate [sic] for such circumstances.
Worship and eating -- a common thread among all the religions!