Clunes, VIC - St Andrews Uniting

Year Built: 1864

Denomination: Uniting

Saint: Andrew

Address: Service Street, Clunes, Victoria, 3370

Previous Denomination: Methodist

Architect: J.A. Doane

Architectural Style: Low and Mixed Gothic

Traditional Owners: Dja Dja Wurrung people

Last Updated: 22/02/2024

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History and Architecture:

Constructed in the Low & mixed Gothic style it was designed by Ballarat architect J.A. Doane, and commenced in 1864. It consists of a broad nave and transepts with galleries, including cast iron balustrades. The facade incorporates a slate-roofed octagonal turret and spire and a four-light perpendicular Gothic window. The Basalt manse was erected in the mid 1860's.


This list may not contain every serving cleric, past or present, for this church.
Further submissions welcomed.

Years Name Annotation D.o.B D.o.D
1929 - 1933 Rev Robert Jackson M
1940 - 1945 Rev Frederick A Plumb M 1972
1945 - 1949 Rev Arthur D Lelean M
1949 - 1952 Rev Frederick C Ivory M 1885 1964
1952 - 1956 Rev Wesley W Trigg M


The builder of the organ is uncertain although a deteriorated handwritten paper fragment in the pallet box recorded the name of Francis N********2 fecit 186. For a complete overview of the Organ click here.


1. 1. Methodist Church of Australasia Ministerial Index
2.Organ Historical Trust of Australia with permission.