State: Tasmania, Denomination: Methodist
Year Built: 1914
Address: 160 Melrose Road, , Aberdeen Tasmania, 7310
The foundation stone was laid on the 2nd July 1914 by Mrs John Denney relict of Mr John Denney who was one of the Pioneer Methodists of the North West Coast. Today the church is in private hands and called Aberdeen Abbey.
Year Built: 1885
Address: 48 Barrington Road, , Barrington Tasmania,
Barrington is regarded as the birthplace of Methodism in the Sheffield district. The first settlers were led by John and Charles Coleman and were later joined by Alexander Smith, John Harmon, Benjamin Green, John Reeves, Charles Packett and William Smith, all members of the Methodist Church.
Year Built: 1880
Address: 105 High Street, , Campbell Town Tasmania, 7210
The Church was built by funds left by Joseph Brickhill a successful local Businessman. His shop which used to be on High Street was built in 1859at a cost of £6,000 and was said to be the finest country store in Tasmania. Brickhill died in 1865 at the age of 65 after being attcked by his Alsatian dog. £1,400 was left in his estate to…
Year Built: 1836
Address: 28 Logan Road, , Evandale Tasmania, 7212
Local identities Henry Reed and John Ward Gleadow helped build the Wesleyan Church although little information is available on its history and as such it was later used as a Druid Hall, Scouts Hall and then by the Returned Services League of Australia (R.S.L.A.) as their Evandale Club Room. It was sold in 1975 and is now a private…