Balmain, NSW, St Andrews Congregational (10281)
Year Built: 1854
Last Updated: 21/04/2020
History and Architecture:
The foundation stone was laid on 3 August 1854. The architects were Messrs Goold and Field.
The Church building is an example of early stone Victorian Free Gothic style constructed in 1854-55. The Church and associated Halls retain their original form, scale and details particularly the stone façade.
The dimensions were quoted as 80ft in length and 32ft in breadth and the interior included open pews of massive cedar, pulpit and communion table.
There are currently no clergy recorded for this church. Submissions are welcomed.
The pipe organ, was built in 1867 by J.W. Walker of London.