Lindfield, NSW - Uniting

Year Built: 1914

Denomination: Uniting

Address: 33 Tyron Road, Lindfield, New South Wales, 2070

Previous Denomination: Methodist

Architect: William Slade

Traditional Owners: Kuringgai people

Last Updated: 04/10/2023

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History and Architecture:

The Church was designed by William Slade and opened in September 1914. It replaced an earlier building constructed near the railway station on the corner of Tryon Place and Gordon Road (now the Pacific Highway) in 1896. A new sanctuary reredos, communion table and rails were provided in 1935 to the designs of Norman W. McPherson.

Lindfield Uniting Church is a merger of St David’s Uniting Church and Tryon Rd Uniting Church. The merger took place on 1st February 2014. It now supports a Korean Community.


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
1911 - 1912 Rev Riddiford C. Oakley M
1929 - 1933 Rev Morris I. Young With Roseville
1934 - 1938 Rev Richard O. Finigan With Roseville
1943 - 1948 Rev Rupert J. Williams With Roseville
1946 - 1950 Rev Walter T. Cross With Roseville
1949 - 1954 Rev Alfred R. Gardner With Roseville
1952 - 1956 Rev Ronald S. Walker With Roseville
1954 - Rev William C. Francis With Roseville
1956 - 1961 Rev Henry Hunter With Roseville
1960 - Rev Normam G. Pardey With Roseville
1961 - Rev Edgar Tredinnick With Roseville


The Organ is essentially built by George Fincham & Sons, of Melboume, to provide 3 manuals, 35 speaking stops and tubular pneumatic action.
For a full description and photos click here.


1. Sydney Organ Society with permission.
2. Methodist Church of Australasia Ministerial Index