They should have had an Orthodox priest instead of an Anglican one I'm not sure how long an Orthodox priest would have gotten away with renting his parish hall as a mosque.
Well, it is a TV show.
What about a new show idea, Little Synagogue on the Prairie (renamed slightly for new locations but still keeping similar name and theme). A Rabbi rents out a room at an Orthodox church, or an Orthodox church needs a new church while their building is rebuilt, Little Orthodox on the prairie...
oooh! Little Orthodox on the Palestine: A Palestinian church must find a new place to practice after an encounter between Hamas and the Israeli forces destroys their building. This small Orthodox church ends up using space in an Israeli Orthodox synagogue under the agreement that they do not proselytize the Jewish congregation. A few on each side blame the other. One episode reveals how the Orthodox approach evangelization. Several episodes reveal common traits between these two groups, but as God-worshippers and as members of humanity. Some episode reveals that friendship can exist between Christians and Muslims or even Jews and Muslims but also recognizes that there are those that simply want vengeance, violence, and absolutely no compromise (including both sides), but also that not all are like that. A few episodes reveal nuances of both sides of the conflict in Israel. Meanwhile, Orthodox Christian practices and beliefs are spread out in the dialogue and adventures of the cast, and perhaps even OT scripture as it relates to Jews. The show can also have visitors from different places, of different backgrounds, etc. revealing that not all Middle Eastern people are Arab Muslims or Orthodox Jews. If a cast member needs to leave, you just have a suicide bomb. Instead of a Rayyan/Amaar romance building, initially shakey friendship builds between groups/individuals representing groups in some way. Instead of a "We're all the same" idea though, it ends with a respect for the life that God has given each on of us. I doubt it would last more than a season, but I think it would be cool.