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Saint: Luke


Adelaide, SA - St Luke's Anglican

Adelaide, SA - St Luke's Anglican

Year Built: 1855

Address: 21 Whitmore Square, , Adelaide South Australia, 5000

The Church is one of the most significant in Adelaide. The first part of it was built in 1855. It remains one of the earliest Anglican Churches in Adelaide. Divine Service appears to have been first conducted in a Schoolroom in Hobson's Place, between Sturt and Wright Streets. In December, 181-)3, a meeting was held in Hole Trinity…

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Albury, NSW - St Luke's Lutheran

Albury, NSW - St Luke's Lutheran

Address: 436 Guinea Street, , Albury New South Wales, 2640

A Foundation stone for a new Church was laid on 28 September 1938.

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Clifton Hill, VIC - St Luke's Hungarian Reformed Church

Clifton Hill, VIC - St Luke's Hungarian Reformed Church

Year Built: 1870

Formerly a Church of England church built in 1879. It was sold to the Hungarian Reformed church in 1979. The original foundation stone was laid on 21 December 1870.

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Clovelly, NSW - St Luke's Anglican

Clovelly, NSW - St Luke's Anglican

Address: Corner Arden & Varna Streets, , Clovelly New South Wales, 2031

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Cockatoo, VIC - St Luke's Anglican

Cockatoo, VIC - St Luke's Anglican

Address: McBride Street, , Cockatoo Victoria, 3781

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Enmore, NSW - St Luke's Anglican

Enmore, NSW - St Luke's Anglican

Year Built: 1882

Address: 11 Stanmore Road, , Enmore New South Wales, 2042

In 1882 the land for the present site on Enmore Road was purchased. The Foundation Stone was laid on 4 March 1882. It took less than three months to complete the church building which was opened in 18 June 1882. The total cost was over £3,200. As with most churched, renovations were carried out over the years however exact dates are…

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Frankston, VIC - St Luke's Anglican

Frankston, VIC - St Luke's Anglican

Address: 62 McMahons Road, , Frankston Victoria, 3199

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Freestone, QLD - St Luke's Anglican

Freestone, QLD - St Luke's Anglican

Year Built: 1883

Address: Upper Freestone Road, , Freestone Queensland, 4370

On June 5th 1883, the Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge based in London, made a grant of £20 towards the cost of constructing a wooden Church at Freestone Creek, the total cost of this Church was £175. The land was donated by the Palmer family. Services prior to the building of St Lukes were held at the home of Mr Shelley. The…

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Junee, NSW - St Luke's Anglican

Junee, NSW - St Luke's Anglican

Year Built: 1889

Address: 26 Denison Street, , Junee New South Wales, 2663

The Church was built of brick with a shingle roof in 1889 from designs by A Blackett son of E.T. Blackett. In 1911 the chancel and vestries were added and from time to time other improvements have been effected. The Church was licenced on 11/11/1889 by Bishop Thomas. It was consecrated on 29/11/1898 by Bishop Barlow. The east window is a…

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Lalor, VIC - St Luke's Catholic

Lalor, VIC - St Luke's Catholic

Address: 30 David Street, , Lalor Victoria, 3075

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Latrobe, TAS - St Luke's Anglican

Latrobe, TAS - St Luke's Anglican

Year Built: 1906

Address: 2 Cotton Street, , Latrobe Tasmania, 7307

The first Anglican services in the Latrobe district were held at Ballahoo on the western bank of the Mersey River. In 1868 Latrobe School Church was opened at a cost of £145 and in 1871 it was still a school church. A Church was consecrated in 1887 and in 1892 Church News stated that there were plans for a new Church. Plans for a new…

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Meningie, SA - St Luke's Lutheran

Meningie, SA - St Luke's Lutheran

Year Built: 1958

Address: West Terrace, , Meningie South Australia, 5264

Lutheran services in the area go back to 1931 when Pastor T.G. Obst held services in a private home in Narrung. Services were also held in Wood Well. By the 1950's services were held in the Anglican church by Pastor Leo Doecke. On 5 May 1957 it was decided at a meeting to form a separate ELCA congregation from that of the Tailem Bend…

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Morwell, VIC - St Luke's Uniting

Morwell, VIC - St Luke's Uniting

Year Built: 1953

Address: 279 Princes Drive, , Morwell Victoria, 3840

The Foundation stone was laid on 2 May 1953 by Reverend W.J. Hunkin B.A. B.D. The Architect was F.C. Armstrong of Rosanna and the Builder was J.W. Jones of Morwell.

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Richmond, TAS - St Luke's Anglican

Richmond, TAS - St Luke's Anglican

Year Built: 1834

Address: Church Street, , Richmond Tasmania, 7025

Of Georgian design the church is built of sandstone from a design by colonial architect John Lee Archer and erected between 1834 and 1836. The foundation stone was laid on 3 February 1834 by Governor Arthur. The church was still uncompleted when the sexton William Chambers and Mary Heyward were married on 11 March 1836. The subscribers…

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Snowtown, SA - St Luke's Lutheran

Snowtown, SA - St Luke's Lutheran

Year Built: 1966

Address: Tenth Street, , Snowtown South Australia, 5520

The first Lutheran settler in the Snowtown area was Gottlieb Ferdinand Welke who settled there in 1873. More families arrived in later years and formed the Condowie congregation. However the first Lutheran services in Snowtown were conducted in 1951 by Pastor R.F. Blaess of Balaclava under the ELCA banner. Numbers were small and…

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South Melbourne, VIC - St Luke's Anglican

South Melbourne, VIC - St Luke's Anglican

Year Built: 1857

Address: 221 Dorcas Street, , South Melbourne Victoria, 3205

St Luke's was erected in 1857, enlarged in 1859 and consecrated in May 1861 as the parish Church for the growing municipality of Emerald Hill (South Melbourne). The design of the cruciform plan timber roofed church, constructed of basalt with minimal freestone dressings and originally intended to be crowned by a lofty tower and spire, is…

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Tailem Bend, SA - St Luke's Anglican

Tailem Bend, SA - St Luke's Anglican

Year Built: 1926

Address: North Terrace, , Tailem Bend South Australia, 5259

The Foundation stone was laid by Archdeacon Bussell on 8 August 1926.

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Taroona, TAS - St Luke's Anglican

Taroona, TAS - St Luke's Anglican

Year Built: 1956

Address: 173 Channel Highway, , Taroona Tasmania, 7053

Early services were held in the local Community hall from 1902 and later in the Presbyterian church. The church is made of a concrete block and cost £5,000 and was built in 1956. Additions were made in 1969.

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Toowoomba, QLD - St Luke's Anglican

Toowoomba, QLD - St Luke's Anglican

Address: Corner Ruthven & Herries Streets, , Toowoomba Queensland, 4350

A small school room was first erected on the site in 1857. In the 1860s, a fund was begun to finance a new and more substantial Church. Land situated near the new railway station was offered by the Honourable James Taylor and it was decided to use this land to erect the new Church, which was dedicated to St James in 1869. In 1894 plans…

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Torquay, VIC - St Lukes Anglican

Torquay, VIC - St Lukes Anglican

Address: 17 Pride Street, , Torquay Victoria, 3228

While early Anglican families gathered for worship at odd times from 1917, regular services began on the first Sunday in August in 1946 and were held in the Torquay Public Hall. The Ladies' Guild was formed on the 14th of August in the same year. The St Luke's Church building was transported from Fyansford in March 1947, and dedicated…

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Weethalle, NSW - St Luke's Catholic

Weethalle, NSW - St Luke's Catholic

Year Built: 1956

Built of brick and timber the Foundation stone was laid on 2 December 1956 by the Bishop of Riverina.

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Yea, VIC - St Luke's Anglican

Yea, VIC - St Luke's Anglican

Year Built: 1869

Address: Corner Lyons & Pelissier Street, , Yea Victoria, 3717

Originally all denominations in this beautiful farming community met for worship in a wooden building which served as both Church and Parsonage. Though intended for all those of protestant evangelical persuasion the first preacher in 1857 was Mr Ashe and Anglican lay preacher. A Mrs L Kerr came to the rescue of the Anglicans to build…

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