If you attend a house of worship in a city of any size, you know what we mean when we say that parking is at a premium. How many times have you rushed out the door early, maybe with your kids in tow, to make sure you get a spot close to the door? How often have you been anxious about whether or not you'll find a spot at all for Christmas or Rosh Hashanah services?
If you manage facilities for a church, synagogue, mosque, temple or any other house of worship with a large congregation that drives, you'll be familiar with the other side of the coin: you're responsible for managing the chaos that happens on major holy days, and the occasional disagreements in the parking lot between congregants. But it's not just major holidays or weekend services that cause issues - and create opportunities - with your parking resources.
Read on to discover some solutions to your house of worship's parking woes - and a few revenue generation opportunities as well.