Seven Hills, NSW - St Andrew's Anglican (Former)

Year Built: 1879

Denomination: Anglican

Saint: Andrew

Address: 313 Seven Hills Road, Seven Hills, New South Wales, 2147

Architect: G. H. Stoker

Architectural Style: Gothic Revival

Traditional Owners: Dharug people

Last Updated: 22/02/2024

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History and Architecture:

The land for the church was donated by Phillip Pearce who was the son of Matthew Pearce, a pioneer settler of the area and after which Matthew Pearce School is named.

The construction is Gothic Revival Style, although simple and unpretentious, the interior features are impressive with high beamed ceilings. The Church was built and designed by Mr G H Stoker from 1863-1892. The church was officially opened by the Archbishop of Sydney on 22/10/1879 and so became the Anglican Parish Centre west of St. John's in Parramatta.

The Church was erected between 1878 and 1879. The building is a good example of late Victorian Neo-Gothic church architecture with single nave in brickwork and galvanised iron roof.

The Church is now used as a wedding Reception venue.


There are currently no clergy recorded for this church. Submissions are welcomed.


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