This morning I voted at the local polling place-- the police/fire station. Behind me in line, people were complaining about the lack of parking (a valid complaint-- I had to park out on the street and walk quite a distance, even though the line was short enough that it only took me half an hour to vote). Being fairly new to the area, I asked them where the previous polling was done, and they told me it had been at a Baptist church.
I'd like to think this suggests Virginia is phasing out using churches as polling places, but my father told me his polling place is a Presbyterian church. So maybe not.