A Christian church in Invercargill. Although Invercargill is only a small town in the south of New Zealand's South Island and has a small population, there are several medium-sized Christian churches. One characteristic of Invercargill is that large supermarkets do not sell alcoholic beverages.
The church is located in a downtown block. Because of its geographical advantage, the traffic is very convenient. There are still many local residents.
The influence of religion is everywhere, even in the southernmost corners of the South Island.