Merimbula, NSW - Uniting
Year Built: 2003
Address: Lakeview Avenue, Merimbula, New South Wales, 2548
Previous Denomination: Methodist
Traditional Owners: Yuin-Monaro people
Last Updated: 26/08/2022
History and Architecture:
The Church is built on land dedicated as the site for the erection of a Presbyterian Church in 1861. That church was built of timber in 1889 when the minister was Rev James Forbes. It became known as the Uniting Church in 1977 but was burnt down in December 1999. The present brick veneer building opened in 2003.”
This list may not contain every serving cleric, past or present, for this church.
Further submissions welcomed.
|1889 -||Rev James Forbes||P|
|1947 - 1949||Rev H. G. Gorrell||M|
|1950 - 1953||Rev N. Lynford Smith||M||1995|
|1954 - 1957||Rev Robert Coleman||M|
|1958 - 1961||Rev Burnel Reid||M|
|1962 - 1965||Rev Alistair Bathgate||M||2012|
|1966 - 1969||Rev Keith Biddle||M|
|1970 - 1971||Rev R. B. Robinson||M|
|1972 - 1976||Rev Ross Kingham||M|
|1978 - 1984||Rev Jim Curtis||U|
|1985 - 1989||Rev Keith Hilder||U|
|1990 - 1994||Rev Phil Kelloway||U|
|1995 - 2001||Rev Margaret Moon||U|
|2001 - 2005||Rev Jim Goode||U|
|2006 -||Rev Brian Lenehan||U|
|2020 -||Rev Jean Shannon||U|
No information currently available. Submissions welcomed.
1. A History Of Wyndham” 4th Edition produced by Wyndham Community
2. Shirley Bazley list on Methodist Clergy via Merimbula Museum.
3. Ryerson Index.