The churches transforming for a changing society

For two thousand years, churches have been used primarily as places of worship. Now, some are being transformed to fit in with a changing society.

Church re-ordering, as it's known, describes the adaptation of religious buildings for non-religious use. Drama groups, craft exhibtions and even cafes have started making appearances in church.

Tom Savvides reports from Kingsnorth, where a mediaeval building has been updated for modern times.