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Bega, NSW - St Patrick's Catholic

Bega, NSW - St Patrick's Catholic

Address: 136 Gipps Street, , Bega New South Wales, 2550

In 1865 St Patrick's parish begins in Bega as a separate parish from Pambula. The Original church was consecrated in 1882. In 1884 The Sisters of Charity established their first school near St Patrick's Church.

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Bega, NSW - Uniting

Bega, NSW - Uniting

Year Built: 1869

Address: 125 Gipps Street, , Bega New South Wales, 2550

Formerly a Wesleyan Methodist Church. The present brick church in Bega was opened in 1924. The foundation stone was laid on July 8th. At the ceremony were Mrs. Boardman and Mrs. Rogers who were present at the laying of the foundation stone of the original church in 1868. Mrs. Emma Rogers, wife of one of the original trustees, laid the…

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Belair, SA - St John's Anglican

Belair, SA - St John's Anglican

Address: Sheoak Road, , Belair South Australia, 5052

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Belair, SA - St John's School Chapel Anglican

Belair, SA - St John's School Chapel Anglican

Year Built: 1898

Address: James Road, , Belair South Australia, 5052

The foundation stone was laid on 24 September 1898 by the Bishop of the Diocese.

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Belair, SA - Uniting

Belair, SA - Uniting

Year Built: 1928

Address: Sheoak Road, , Belair South Australia, 5052

The foundation stone was laid on 4 February 1928 by Mrs Arthur H. Gault.

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Belconnen, ACT - Lutheran

Belconnen, ACT - Lutheran

Year Built: 1985

Address: Corner Emu Bank Road & Eastern Valley Way, , Belconnen Australian Capital Territory, 2617

The Foundation stone was laid on 21 April 1985.

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Belconnen, ACT - Presbyterian

Belconnen, ACT - Presbyterian

Address: Corner Ross Smith Crescent & Gatty Street, , Belconnen Australian Capital Territory, 2617

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Belgrave South, VIC - Baptist

Belgrave South, VIC - Baptist

Address: 144 Belgrave Hallam Road, , Belgrave South Victoria, 3160

No information currently available. Submissions welcomed.

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Belgrave, VIC - St Thomas the More Catholic

Belgrave, VIC - St Thomas the More Catholic

Address: 17 Terry Avenue, , Belgrave Victoria, 3160

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Bell Park, VIC - God Ukrainian Catholic

Bell Park, VIC - God Ukrainian Catholic

Year Built: 1971

Address: 14 Adler Crescent, , Bell Park Victoria, 3215

A Foundation stone reads, " This Ukrainian Autocephalic Orthodox Church Nativity of the Holy Mother of God erected by the Ukrainian Orthodox. Altar cross was blessed by Bishop Andrew 21.11.1971 AD. The Church was consecrated by his Beatitude Metropolitan Mstyslav 25.6.1978 AD".

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Bell Park, VIC - Holy Family Catholic

Bell Park, VIC - Holy Family Catholic

Address: 147 Separation Street, , Bell Park Victoria, 3215

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Bell Park, VIC - Ukrainian Catholic

Bell Park, VIC - Ukrainian Catholic

Year Built: 1966

Address: 21 Adler Crescent, , Bell Park Victoria, 3215

A plaque on the bell tower reads, " Bell Tower Memorial Millennium of Christianity in Ukraine 988 - 1988". A Foundation stone reads, " This Church of the patronage of the mother of God erected by the Ukrainian Catholics to the Glory of God and as a war memorial was consecrated by his Lordship Bishop Ivan Prasko Sunday 16th October 1966…

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Bellbrae, VIC - Uniting

Bellbrae, VIC - Uniting

Address: 5 School Road, , Bellbrae Victoria, 3228

Formerly a Wesleyan Methodist church.

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Bellerive, TAS - Corpus Christi Catholic

Bellerive, TAS - Corpus Christi Catholic

Address: 2 Alma Street, , Bellerive Tasmania, 7018

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Bellerive, TAS - St Mark's Anglican

Bellerive, TAS - St Mark's Anglican

Year Built: 1904

Address: 23 Clarence Street, , Bellerive Tasmania, 7018

(Known firslty as Kangaroo Point) St. Mark's was formerly Clarence). In 1826 there was a small Chapel of Ease at Clarence Plains, one of the only five churches in Tasmania. In June 1852 S. Mark's Chapel, Kangaroo Point was consecrated. This building still stands and in 1932 it was restored by Toc H. to be used by scouts and guides. In…

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Belmont, VIC - Baptist

Belmont, VIC - Baptist

Address: 43 Mt Pleasant Road, , Belmont Victoria, 3216

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Belmont, VIC - St Stephen's Anglican

Belmont, VIC - St Stephen's Anglican

Address: Corner Regent & Thompson Streets, , Belmont Victoria, 3216

In September 1890 the Reverends John Cameron wrote to the Register of the Diocese recommending the purchase of land n the Colac road and indicating the hope that a small successful church of a permanent character could be built as the place increased in population. An Architect's plan for a building estimated to cost £350 was drawn up…

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Belmont, VIC - Uniting

Belmont, VIC - Uniting

Address: Thomson Street, , Belmont Victoria, 3216

The first Methodist Church service in Belmont was held in the home of Mr. Caldwell in the ealy 1880's. By the 3rd of May 1891 first service was held in the new church built in High Street – south of Mt. Pleasant Road. For further history visit the church website here.

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Belmont, WA - St Anne's Catholic

Belmont, WA - St Anne's Catholic

Year Built: 1914

Address: 11 Hehir Street, , Belmont Western Australia, 6104

The Church was built in 1914 by local builder Mr W Blacklock. Mr P Love and Mr Charles Courtland went guarantors for the church building. It was officially opened and consecrated on 6 December 1914 by His Grace Archbishop Clune. Features of the church are the lovely lead light windows. Before this church was built, Mass was celebrated…

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Belmore, NSW - St Alban's Community Anglican

Belmore, NSW - St Alban's Community Anglican

Year Built: 1960

Address: 722 Canterbury Road, , Belmore New South Wales, 2192

A Foundation stone reads, " This stone was laid to the Glory of God by Excellency the Governor of NSW Sir Eric Woodward KCM GCB CBE DSO 30th April 1960".

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Belmore, NSW - St Joseph's Catrholic

Belmore, NSW - St Joseph's Catrholic

Year Built: 1954

Address: 722 Canterbury Road, , Belmore New South Wales, 2192

In 1905 the Canterbury priests began celebrating Mass in Bradburns Hall in Belmore. On 12 May 1907, St Joseph’s Church was opened at a cost of £760 in Wilson Avenue, Belmore, serviced by the priests at Campsie. Additions to the Church were made in 1916 at a cost of £550. A Foundation stone reads, " A.M.D.G. This Foundation stone of…

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Belrose, NSW - Uniting (Former)

Belrose, NSW - Uniting (Former)

Address: 2 Morgan Road, , Belrose New South Wales, 2085

The Church ceased as a functioning Church in September of 2023.

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Bemboka, NSW - Christ Church Anglican

Bemboka, NSW - Christ Church Anglican

Year Built: 1929

Address: 51 - 57 Bemboka Street, , Bemboka New South Wales, 2550

A Foundation stone reads, " Christ Church Bemboka To the Glory of God this stone was laid by Mrs J. Wilton Snr and Jonus Alcock Esq June 3rd 1929".

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Bemboka, NSW - St Columba's Catholic

Bemboka, NSW - St Columba's Catholic

Address: 121 Loftus Street, , Bemboka New South Wales, 2550

On Sunday last, April 27th, (1884) the second Sunday after Easter, the Catholic residents at and around the township of Colombo had the proud satisfaction of meeting in their new church, and of witnessing the ceremony by which the church was solemnly opened for Divine service. The very Rev. Dean Healy officiated with the Rev. Father…

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Ben Lomond, NSW - Protestant Unknown

Ben Lomond, NSW - Protestant Unknown

Address: Marowan Street, , Ben Lomond New South Wales, 2365

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Ben Lomond, NSW - St Joseph's Catholic

Ben Lomond, NSW - St Joseph's Catholic

Address: Inn Road, , Ben Lomond New South Wales, 2365

The Church was built in 1928. The Architect was Joseph Gannon.

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Ben Lomond, NSW - St Paul's Anglican

Ben Lomond, NSW - St Paul's Anglican

Address: 1219 Ben Lomond Road, , Ben Lomond New South Wales, 2365

This Church may have closed.

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Benalla, VIC - Baptist

Benalla, VIC - Baptist

Address: 57 Bridge Street W, , Benalla Victoria, 3672

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Benalla, VIC - Holy Trinity Anglican

Benalla, VIC - Holy Trinity Anglican

Year Built: 1860

Address: 67 Arundel Street, , Benalla Victoria, 3672

The earliest church services for Church of England (Anglicans) in Benalla was recorded in 1849 when Bishop Perry of Melbourne visited the settlement. The service was performed in the original court house. By 1854 an allotment of land at the corner of Bridge, Thomas and Martin Place had been set aside for a church, school and hall.* The…

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Benalla, VIC - Lutheran

Benalla, VIC - Lutheran

Year Built: 1987

Address: 154 Waller Street, , Benalla Victoria, 3672

The church was opened and dedicated by Reverend M. V. Jordan President of the Victorian District on 26 April 1987.

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Benalla, VIC - Rose City Baptist

Benalla, VIC - Rose City Baptist

Address: 93 Thomas Street, , Benalla Victoria, 3672

The Church was established on the 9th of February 1969.

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Benalla, VIC - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Benalla, VIC - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Year Built: 1905

Address: Corner Church & Mitchell Streets, , Benalla Victoria, 3672

The Foundation stone was laid David Maughan Esq on 17 May 1905.

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Benalla, VIC - St Joseph's Catholic

Benalla, VIC - St Joseph's Catholic

Year Built: 1908

Address: Corner Wedge & Arundel Streets, , Benalla Victoria, 3672

The first St Joseph's was built in 1866. The current Church was completed in 1908 in a Romanesque style at a cost of £9,000. The Foundation stone was laid by his Grace the Most Reverend Dr Carr Archbishop of Melbourne on 21 July 1907 assisted by Bishop Reville and Dean Davey 1907. In 1989 a fire destroyed a large part of the building…

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Benalla, VIC - Uniting

Benalla, VIC - Uniting

Address: Corner Church & Carrier Streets, , Benalla Victoria, 3672

Formerly a Methodist church. The Foundation stone was laid by Reverend John W. Rowse President of the Victorian and Tasmanian Conference on 26 March 1930. The architect was A.S. Eggleston and the builder was R. Mould.

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Bendemeer, NSW - Holy Innocents Catholic

Bendemeer, NSW - Holy Innocents Catholic

Year Built: 1968

Address: 72 Frederick Street, , Bendemeer New South Wales, 2355

A Foundation stone reads, " A. M. D. G. This stone commemorates the solemn blessing of Holy Innocents Church by the Rt Rev Maurice Tully P.P. Vicar Capitular 12th May, 1968 Rev George O'Connor, P.P. Pastor".

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Bendick Murrell, NSW - St Andrew's Anglican

Bendick Murrell, NSW - St Andrew's Anglican

Year Built: 1906

Address: Main Street, , Bendick Murrell New South Wales, 2803

The church was opened in 1906.

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Bendigo, VIC - All Saints Anglican (Former)

Bendigo, VIC - All Saints Anglican (Former)

Address: 26 McKenzie Street, , Bendigo Victoria, 3550

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Bendigo, VIC - Baptist (Former)

Bendigo, VIC - Baptist (Former)

Address: ??, , Bendigo Victoria, 3550

Baptists on the Gold Fields were not numerous, but in 1853 the first meeting was held at White Hills. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Jones and Miss Jones met for worship in a tent. In 1854 a slab-hut was erected near to the present site of Wilkie Park in White Hills Road. Shortly afterwards a weatherboard building was erected…

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Bendigo, VIC - Church of Christ

Bendigo, VIC - Church of Christ

Address: 35 Short Street, , Bendigo Victoria, 3550

The Church was founded in 1901 initially. The Church first met in TEMPERA in View Street until December 1926. The Building was extended in 1966 with a new Chapel and Foyer added in 1984. A Foundation stone reads, " For the Glory of God & the helping of Man 3rd July 1926".

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Bendigo, VIC - Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral

Bendigo, VIC - Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral

Address: McKenzie Street, , Bendigo Victoria, 3550

Sacred Heart Cathedral is renowned for being one of the last completed gothic cathedrals of the twentieth century. The cathedral owes its existence to the legendary Rev Dr Henry Backhaus (1811-1882) from Paderborn in Germany, who was the pioneer priest on the Bendigo (Sandhurst) goldfields around 1852. Sacred Heart Cathedral is 75…

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