March, NSW - St Philip's Anglican

Denomination: Anglican

Saint: Philip

Address: 768 Burrendong Way, March, New South Wales, 2800

Architect: Unknown

Traditional Owners: Wiradjuri people

Last Updated: 08/10/2022

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History and Architecture:

The Church is an English Victorian Gothic style church. The walls are made of locally man made bricks. However in recent years the walls were covered over with cement render. The walls are 38ft (11.59m) in length, 18.9ft (5.7m) in width, 9.6ft (2.9m) in wall height and the roof height is approximately 25ft (7.69m). The total height of the church is approximately 34.6ft (9.59m).

There are nine windows altogether, six plain frosted windows, which are situated along the sidewalls and one down on the back wall, up the top near the roof. Also on the back wall there are three stained glass windows, which are also arched into a point.

Inside of the church the walls have been covered over with white paint. There are two sets of kerosene lamps hanging from the roof in the church, electric lights and heaters have been installed in recent years.


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
1880 - 1882 Rev Thomas Robert Curwen Campbell Rural Dean 1843 1911


No information currently available. Submissions welcomed.


1. St Philip's Church March, by Melissa Culyerson. LSC/R 283.42 CUL
2. Cable Clerical Index.