As we know, churches are public place of worships hence they should be eligible. But what if a church doesn't have "permanent or legalized building"?
Before I continue, I should tell this first. In my country, every public place of worships should have their building permit that must be approved by local authorities and representative of religious leaders of that area. Since most Indonesians are moslems, most mosques have their building permit easily, but churches would most likely got a problem with that. In short, some churches are forced to rent buildings like houses or shop-houses ("ruko" in Indonesia) as the alternative, but not permanent. (I'm sorry if it may be bitter, but it's true facts.)
Here's the examples of that kind churches. At first it would most likely considered as "generic business" or "private residential property", but no—these are actually churches.
Should these kind of churches eligible?