I received this image from Christov10 who has a page for his own Strip Mall Church. It’s definitely one of the nicer looking ones that I’ve seen. He tells me:
Our group formed from a First Baptist Church in a county-seat community in rural Southern Middle Tennessee. We first met in a converted barn (Barnchurch), then in Bluegrass cafe (Cafe-Church), and now we are meeting in a strip mall storefront. Means we are, indeed, spending as little on facilities as possible.
One of the benefits of spending less on facilities is that it frees up more money to go back into the community. It also presumably allows them to do unique things like running their own radio show. Definitely a sign of changing times in the church going world.