Barmedman, NSW - St Paul's Presbyterian (Former)
Year Built: 1926
Last Updated: 09/05/2022
History and Architecture:
The first St Paul's Presbyterian Church Barmedman was a timber structure which was used from late 1890. The present brick structure was opened in March 1927.
An article in the Wyalong Advocate of 8 March 1927 reads, "A substantial new brick building as a place of worship in that centre. Although the land, building and fencing have cost approximately £2600, the building was formally opened for public worship on 'Wednesday last with less than £400 outstanding on the total cost. Such a financial consideration pays high tribute to the generous enthusiasm of the Presbyterians of the, district. The building is of brick with cavitv walls the outer being of bricks from Bowrall is Cothic in design, and measures 44ft x 28ft. with an additional Vestry of 10ft x 12ft and a porch of 01ft x 9ft".
The Foundation stone was laid on 20 October 1926 by John Stewart.
The Church is now in private hands.
This list may not contain every serving cleric, past or present, for this church.
Further submissions welcomed.
|1929 -||Rev B. R. Palmer|
No other information currently available. Submissions welcomed.
2. Wyalong Advocate 08 Mar 1927.