I chose a tiny church in a rural community in Iceland for this exercise. It is used by local people who live on their farms and freeholds spread across miles of countryside. It serves as a small centre for folks to come together to worship, share stories and to sing. The building needs to be very weather-hardy but welcoming. Attractive but not flamboyant to suit the Lutheran doctrines of the area, although this denomination is rooted in traditional Catholicism. The series of pictures I took serves to demonstrate the location of the church and how it can hold a good crowd of hearty singers. Seems to be functioning wonderfully!