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Denomination: Wesleyan Methodist


Boronia, VIC - Wesleyan Methodist

Boronia, VIC - Wesleyan Methodist

Address: 36 Pine Crescent, Melbourne, Boronia Victoria, 3155

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Everton Hills, QLD - Wesleyan Methodist

Everton Hills, QLD - Wesleyan Methodist

Year Built: 1991

Address: 79 Queens Road, Everton Hills, Queensland, 4053

The Foundation stone of the current church was laid in 1991.

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Goombungee, QLD - Wesleyan Methodist

Goombungee, QLD - Wesleyan Methodist

Year Built: 1900

Address: Albert Street, Goombungee, Queensland, 4354

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Silvan, VIC - Wesleyan Methodist

Silvan, VIC - Wesleyan Methodist

Year Built: 1907

Address: 265 Monbulk Road, , Silvan Victoria, 3795

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Strathpine, QLD - Wesleyan Methodist

Strathpine, QLD - Wesleyan Methodist

Year Built: 1980

Address: Marshall Street, Strathpine, Queensland, 4500

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Toowoomba, QLD - Wesleyan Methodist

Toowoomba, QLD - Wesleyan Methodist

Address: 123 Neil Street, , Toowoomba Queensland, 4350

It was designed by Willoughby Powell and built from 1877 to 1924. In 1901 extensions designed by William Hodgen Jnr were made to the church which completed the building's cruciform plan. The building was the second Wesleyan Methodist Church in Toowoomba and, later, the head church of the Methodist church of the Toowoomba circuit. The…

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Wangaratta, VIC - Wesleyan Methodist

Wangaratta, VIC - Wesleyan Methodist

Address: 40 Parfitt Road, , Wangaratta Vic, 3677

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Warrnambool, VIC - Wesleyan Methodist

Warrnambool, VIC - Wesleyan Methodist

Address: 89 - 105 Leibig Street, , Warrnambool Victoria, 3280

Construction of a chapel took place betwen 1850 and 1851. The first Wesleyan Church in Warrnambool was constructed in 1850 on a land grant secured on the south western corner of Liebig and Koroit Streets.It was opened on the 4th May 1851 by the first resident minister, William Lightbody. Lightbody, who administered both Warrnambool and…

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