My small hometown in rural Nebraska had--and still has--a small Baha'i congregation. They technically meet in nearby Grand Island, but there are several Baha'i families in that town which had roughly 3500 people when I was growing up. Mostly locals who converted in the 70's at the tail end of their hippie phase. All live somewhat unconventional lives--one family has always rented a second-floor apartment downtown because the husband makes his living as a mural painter and he needs a big, empty room for a studio. Another family live in an old house with several gardens they grow quite a bit of food on while both parents work various odd jobs to make ends meet--bus driver, yoga instructor, landfill gatekeeper, you name it. Yet another family have devoted themselves to creating and running a prairie preserve recreating pre-settlement plains flora on several acres of land north of town. Really lovely people, all just doing their thing in rural Nebraska.