If a church is no longer being used for religious worship, there are a variety of things to do with it, like make it into condos, or make it into haunted condos. Providing a better option, Saki Sushi Bar & Lounge.
New to the Cape, SSB&L slings sushi and seafood-heavy Asian fusion in a handsomely renovated, high ceiling'd, former place of prayer, outfitting it with orange leather sofas, a beige/white sunroom, 19-seat communal table, and a checkered wood bar lorded over by a huge colorful abstract Japanese painting featuring floating sake bottles, rolling waves, and a bunch of over-served crustaceans loudly attempting to make plans. Highlights from the sushi menu include 8-piece Makimono rolls like the avocado-topped Caterpillar rolled w/ eel, cucumber, tobiko, and eel sauce; a spicy-mayo and tomato-covered lobster, shrimp, and crab Lady Bug; and a wasabi-mayo slathered salmon roll w/ avocado, tobiko, and soy bean skin called the Dancing, which seems optimistic, seeing how you haven't even had any sake. SSB&L also cooks up sushi-less seafood like spicy Sammy's Thai Lobster and Shrimp served w/ wok-seared Asian veggies and garlic/ginger/basil; Atlantic cod skillfully painted w/ miso sauce and plated w/ Saki fried rice and an Asian salad; and the lime-glazed Tasmanian Salmon with cucumber, daikon, and a tendency to wreck the joint in a tornado-like rage.
For sunset drinks by the water, there's an extensive sake list as well as a menu of dainty specialty cocktails like the Purple Rain (Gekkeikan Sake and Grand Marnier), Summertime in Tokyo (citrus vodka, mango puree, and pineapple juice), and the black raspberry vodka, Cointreau, and pomegranate Geisha House, which is also a place that offers a variety of things to do, depending on what you worship.