The influence of religion is everywhere, even in the southernmost corners of the South Island.
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.