If you look far, you can't find it anywhere. It's not small. When I went there, I caught up with a little concert. Someone was playing the piano or something all the time. On the shelf at the church door are short, concise and enlightening sentences from the Bible in various languages. The quality of Chinese is poor, but the English is beautiful. I took a few of them, and later I gave them a luxurious perfume in the cruise duty free shop in Finland to Stockholm, hee hee, happy. There are many souvenir shops written in Chinese on the road facing the entrance of Rock Church. One of them is opened by a Chinese. If you walk down from the church, the shop is on the right hand side. It sells refrigerator stickers that are found everywhere in Finland. There is a small piece of wood that is empty and transparent. It contains broken amber. Having been in Finland for a long time, this is a souvenir that must be touching, because Finnish amber is very famous. If you really want to buy something to commemorate and give away, this shop is the cheapest one you've ever seen. It's about 3 euros or more. Other stores are usually about 6 euros.