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State: New South Wales, Denomination: Presbyterian


Albion Park, NSW - Presbyterian

Albion Park, NSW - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1908

Address: 250 Tongarra Road, , Albion Park New South Wales, 2527

The first Presbyterian Church in Albion Park was built of rubble stone in 1866 but was demolished due to disrepair. The new Presbyterian Church was built with half the cost being met by Albion Park pioneer John Russell. It was built of rubble stone in 1866 but was demolished due to disrepair. The Church Gothic style Church was built by F.…

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Albury North, NSW - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Albury North, NSW - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Year Built: 1974

Address: 402 Wagga Road, , Albury North New South Wales, 2641

A Foundation stone reads, " To the Glory of God this Foundation stone was laid by Mr W. Stanley Carnie Elder on 27th May 1973. The Church was opened by The Right Reverend Norman Monsen Moderator Assembly New South Wales and dedicated by the Presbytery of Wagga Wagga on 9th November 1974. Minister Reverend Ian C. Davidson".

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Annandale, NSW - Hunter Baillie Memorial Presbyterian

Annandale, NSW - Hunter Baillie Memorial Presbyterian

Year Built: 1886

Address: Corner Johnson & Collins Streets, , Annandale New South Wales, 2038

Built between 1886 and 1889 and opened in February 1889 the church was a gift by Mrs Helen Hunter Baillie as a memorial to her husband John Baillie who died in 1854. He was a sub-editor of the Colonial Observer and later the Secretary and Inspector of the Bank of New South Wales. The Architect's were Cyril Arthur Blackett son of the…

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Ashfield, NSW - Presbyterian

Ashfield, NSW - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1885

Address: 3 Knox Street, , Ashfield New South Wales, 2131

The first Presbyterian service in Ashfield was held in the Oddfellows' Hall in October, 1875, On 12/3/1876 the first weatherboard church was opened by the Revd. Dr John Dummore Lang, the land having been given by John Pope, Ashfield's first Mayor. In 1882, additional land was purchased and a building fund opened for a new church. Knox…

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Auburn, NSW- Presbyterian

Auburn, NSW- Presbyterian

Year Built: 1905

Address: 29 Queen Street, , Auburn New South Wales, 2144

Constructed in 1905 in Federation style designed in a cruciform-shape with large plinths and a substantial extension to the rear. The roof is clad in corrugated iron which has replaced an earlier tiled roof. The Church walls constructed of face-brick with polychromatic brickwork are set on a concrete base with brick and concrete wall…

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Ballina, NSW - Presbyterian

Ballina, NSW - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1914

A small timber church was built facing Cherry Street and opened on 12th April 1885. This building was moved to face Crane Street before the present church was erected. A Foundation stone reads, " St Stephens Presbyterian Church Ballina This stone was laid by Hugh Gibson Esq Mayor Sept 16th 1914 John Haddon Bates Minister.

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Balmain, NSW - Presbyterian

Balmain, NSW - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1868

Address: 7 Campbell Street, , Balmain New South Wales, 2041

The first church was erected in 1842 at a cost of £25.00 and was the first church to be built in Balmain. An early stone Early English Gothic Revival style Church constructed in 1867-1868. The Church significantly retains its original form, scale and details particularly the stone façades and roof and associated details and prominent…

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Balranald, NSW - Presbyterian

Balranald, NSW - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1962

Address: 47 Bank Street, , Balranald New South Wales, 2715

A Foundation stone reads, " This stone was laid to the Glory of God by Rev A.A. Dougan M.A. Principle of St Arnaud College on 6th October 1962".

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Bangalow, NSW - Presbyterian

Bangalow, NSW - Presbyterian

Address: 73 Byron Street, , Bangalow New South Wales, 2479

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Barmedman, NSW - St Paul's Presbyterian (Former)

Barmedman, NSW - St Paul's Presbyterian (Former)

Year Built: 1926

Address: 32 - 34 Queen Street, , Barmedman New South Wales, 2668

The first St Paul's Presbyterian Church Barmedman was a timber structure which was used from late 1890. The present brick structure was opened in March 1927. The Foundation stone was laid on 20 October 1926 by John Stewart. The Church is now in private hands.

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Bathurst, NSW - Presbyterian

Bathurst, NSW - Presbyterian

Address: 72 George Steet, , Bathurst New South Wales, 2795

The Architect was Thomas Rowe.

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Beecroft, NSW - Presbyterian

Beecroft, NSW - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1908

Address: 1A Mary Street, , Beecroft New South Wales, 2119

On 17 December 1903 a congregational meeting agreed to purchase the land upon which the church was subsequently built. The building for the Church was commenced on 19 September 1908 and was opened on 13 February 1909. The sandstone for the foundations was locally quarried and donated by George Frederick Willis, the father of David John…

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Bega, NSW - Presbyterian (Former)

Bega, NSW - Presbyterian (Former)

Address: 116 Gipps Street, , Bega New South Wales, 2550

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Berrigan, NSW - Presbyterian (Former)

Berrigan, NSW - Presbyterian (Former)

The Berrigan charge originally included Finley, Tocumwal and Berrigan. On 19th December 1928 the Rev Mr Hain Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of NSW dedicated the building to the service of God. The cost of the building and furnishings amount to £748-1-9.

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Berrigan, NSW - St John's Presbyterian

Berrigan, NSW - St John's Presbyterian

Address: 5 Davis Street, , Berrigan New South Wales, 2712

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Berry, NSW - Presbyterian

Berry, NSW - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1934

Address: 83 Victoria Street, , Berry New South Wales, 2535

The first Presbyterian Church in Berry was erected in a prime location on a hill to the north of the town in the late 1880's, and was built on five acres, donated to the congregation by David Berry. A Foundation reads, " To the Glory of God this stone was laid by Right Rev D.F. Brandt May 9th 1934 - Thos J. Darling Architect Rev D.L.…

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Bexley, NSW - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Bexley, NSW - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Year Built: 1887

Address: 269 Forest Road, , Bexley New South Wales, 2207

The land on which this Church is built was first granted to James Chandler on the 19th October 1831 by Governor Brisbane (1300 acres). The Foundation stone was laid on 24 May 1887 by the ten Minster for Education the Hon James Inglis. The Church was opened for worship by Rev Robert Steel in October 1887. For over 50 years it was known…

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Blayney, NSW - St Paul's Presbyterian

Blayney, NSW - St Paul's Presbyterian

Year Built: 1861

Address: 71 Adelaide Street, , Blayney New South Wales, 2799

The foundation stone was laid in July 1861 and the church was opened on 6 April 1862 with Reverend James Adam holding the first church service. In 1870, the building was enhanced by the addition of an attractive bell tower, with shingled steeple. The cost of St Paul’s was £300 exclusive of the pulpit and seats.

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Bomaderry, NSW - Presbyterian

Bomaderry, NSW - Presbyterian

Address: 8 Meroo Street, , Bomaderry New South Wales, 2541

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Bondi, NSW - Presbyterian

Bondi, NSW - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1922

Address: Cnr Castlefield & Miller Streets, , Bondi New South Wales, 2026

The Church dedication service was held on March 4th 1923. A Foundation stone reads, " This stone was laid by the Right Reverend A.S.M. Cook The Moderator of the Presbyterian Assembly on July 1st 1922. Minister Rev John Enright".

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Boorowa, NSW - St James' Presbyterian (Former)

Boorowa, NSW - St James' Presbyterian (Former)

Year Built: 1885

Address: 50 Queen Street, , Boorowa New South Wales, 2586

The Church was built in 1885

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Botany, NSW - Knox Presbyterian (Former)

Botany, NSW - Knox Presbyterian (Former)

Year Built: 1880

Address: 1561 Botany Road, , Botany New South Wales, 2019

The Church was built in 1880 for about £1000 and was sold in 2019.

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Bowral, NSW - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Bowral, NSW - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Address: 12 Bendooley Street, , Bowral New South Wales, 2576

A Foundation stone reads, " This stone was laid by The Rev C.E. Turnbull Moderator of the Presbytery of Goulburn to commemorate the Jubilee of the first Presbyterian service in Bowral. 1888 - 1938. Rev R.H. Bacot Minister.

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Burrawang, NSW - Presbyterian (Former)

Burrawang, NSW - Presbyterian (Former)

Year Built: 1888

Address: 36 Church Street, , Burrawang New South Wales, 2577

The Burrawang Herald gives the following account of the opening of the new Presbyterian Church at Burrawang the first of which was laid some months ago by Mr D.L. Dymock. The ceremony in connection with the opening of the new Presbyterian Church Berrawang was commemorated on Wednesday last (22 Feb 1888) by an opening service and tea…

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Byron Bay, NSW - Presbyterian

Byron Bay, NSW - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1969

Address: 13 Ruskin Street, , Byron Bay New South Wales, 2481

A plaque read's, " This Church was opened by The Rt Rev R.L. McInnes BA State Moderator and dedicated to the Glory of God by the Presbytery of the Northern Rivers on the 16th August 1969 Minister Rev H.W.A. Wilson".

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Camden, NSW - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Camden, NSW - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Year Built: 1938

Address: 42 John Street, , Camden New South Wales, 2570

An article in the 23rd June 1938 edition of the Camden News states in part, " The building which will contain nave, porch and vestry, with dais in chancel. The church will provide seating accommodation for 110. Mr. R. G. Vale, of Maroubra, is the (building contractor. The structure will be of dark brick facings externally, with…

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Campbelltown, NSW - Presbyterian

Campbelltown, NSW - Presbyterian

Address: 40 Lithgow Street, , Campbelltown New South Wales, 2560

The first Presbyterian service was conducted in Campbelltown by the Rev Hugh Gilchrist in 1837.

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Campbelltown, NSW - Samoan Presbyterian

Campbelltown, NSW - Samoan Presbyterian

Address: 105 Lindesay Street, , Campbelltown New South Wales, 2560

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Canowindra, NSW - St Paul's Presbyterian (Former)

Canowindra, NSW - St Paul's Presbyterian (Former)

Year Built: 1901

Address: 21 Rodd Street, , Canowindra New South Wales, 2804

The foundation stone was laid in 1901 and the church was opened on 8th November 1902. The building together with the later dwelling that served as accommodation for the rector was sold off in circa 1990s.

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Carcoar, NSW - Presbyterian (Former)

Carcoar, NSW - Presbyterian (Former)

Year Built: 1861

Address: 10 Icely Street, , Carcoar New South Wales, 2791

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Caringbah, NSW - Presbyterian

Caringbah, NSW - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1957

Address: 393 Port Hacking Road, , Caringbah New South Wales, 2229

A Foundation stone reads, " To the Glory of God this stone was laid by Mr J.T. Varcoe 16 November 1957. Rev H.J. Hillman B.A. HomeMission Super. Rev T.P. McEvoy B.A. Interim Moderator".

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Casino, NSW - Presbyterian

Casino, NSW - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1908

Address: 181 Canterbury Road, , Casino New South Wales, 2470

St Paul's Presbyterian Church was opened on Wednesday 15 July 1908 by the Right Rev. J. Macaulay, Moderator of the General Assembly. Designed by the Casino architects, Messrs Popplewell and Sykes, in the Early English Gothic style.

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Castle Hill, NSW - St Columba's Presbyterian

Castle Hill, NSW - St Columba's Presbyterian

Year Built: 1976

Address: 247 Old Northern Road, , Castle Hill New South Wales, 2154

The foundation stone for the old Presbyterian Church in Castle Hill was unveiled on 15 July 1939 by Reverend G. M. Scott, Home Missions Superintendent, 1936-1939. The modern St Columba’s Presbyterian Church, Castle Hill was opened on 6 March 1976. An article in the The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate Wed 9 Aug 1939 reads,…

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Chatswood, NSW - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Chatswood, NSW - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Year Built: 1898

Address: 28 Anderson Street, , Chatswood New South Wales, 2067

The corner stone was laid in October 1898 and reads, " This corner stone was laid by the Hon Alex Kethel MLC 15th October 1898". Services having been held from 1896 in the local public hall. Designed by the architect Thomas Tidswell, the building was opened on Saturday 17 December 1898.

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Chester Hill, NSW - Presbyterian

Chester Hill, NSW - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1954

Address: 64 Priam Street, , Chester Hill New South Wales, 2162

A Foundation stone reads, " To the Glory of God this stone was set by N. Chivas Esq 3rd April 1954".

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Coffs Harbour, NSW - Harbourside Presbyterian

Coffs Harbour, NSW - Harbourside Presbyterian

Year Built: 1961

Address: 187 Harbour Drive, , Coffs Harbour New South Wales, 2450

A Foundation stone reads, "To the Greater Glory of God this stone was laid by Rt Rev Hugh Cunningham on 9th Sept 1961".

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Concord, NSW - St Mark's Presbyterian

Concord, NSW - St Mark's Presbyterian

Address: Stanley Street, , Concord New South Wales, 2137

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Coolah, NSW - St Jame's Presbyterian

Coolah, NSW - St Jame's Presbyterian

Year Built: 1868

Address: 42 Booyamurra Street, , Coolah New South Wales, 2843

According to the Daily Telegraph on 19 April 1904 the Church was re opened by the Rev John Walker Moderatoy of the Presbyterian Assembly.

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Cootamundra, NSW - Scots Presbyterian

Cootamundra, NSW - Scots Presbyterian

Year Built: 1983

Address: Corner Parker & Francis Streets, , Cootamundra New South Wales, 2590

The Presbyterians in Cootamundra needed a minister, and the first settled minister to be appointed was a Scotsman, the Rev. J. Dykes Paterson, a minister of the Established Church of Scotland. He was inducted to the charge of Temora-Cootamundra in July 1882. A newspaper report of the day when describing Rev. J. Dykes-Paterson's induction…

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Corowa, NSW - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Corowa, NSW - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Year Built: 1886

Address: 11 Mary Street, , Corowa New South Wales, 2646

The first regular service of the Presbyterian parish was held on the 1st November, 1885 and for three years services were conducted by home missionaries. On Wednesday, 1st December, 1875, Neil Jamieson and a group of Scottish settlers met during a public meeting to consider what steps should be taken to secure a minister for the…

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