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Bermagui, NSW - All Saints Anglican

Bermagui, NSW - All Saints Anglican

Address: 11 Wallaga Street, , Bermagui New South Wales, 2546

A plaque reads, " All Saints' Bermagui 1911 - 2011 - A service of thanksgiving held to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the dedication of this church on 8th October 1911. The Rt Rev Trevor Edwards Vicar General of the Diocese of Canberra and Sloane Deacon the Rev Elizabeth Sloane 9th October 2011".

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Bermagui, NSW - Baptist

Bermagui, NSW - Baptist

Address: 5 West Street, , Bermagui New South Wales, 2546

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Bermagui, NSW - Our Lady Help Christians Catholic

Bermagui, NSW - Our Lady Help Christians Catholic

Year Built: 1952

Address: 8 Paraboon Drive, , Bermagui New South Wales, 2546

A Foundation stone reads, " This stone was blessed and laid by Most Rev G. Young D.D. 28 Dec 1952. Rev J. Blakney".

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Berrigan, NSW - St Adian's Anglican

Berrigan, NSW - St Adian's Anglican

Address: Corner Jerilderie Street & Memorial Street, , Berrigan New South Wales, 2712

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Berrigan, NSW - Uniting

Berrigan, NSW - Uniting

Year Built: 1952

Address: Corner Chanter & Drummond Streets, , Berrigan New South Wales, 2712

The Foundation stone was laid by the Right Reverend F.H. Rayward O.B.E D.D. President of the NSW Conference on 15 November 1952.

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Berrima, NSW - Holy Trinity Anglican

Berrima, NSW - Holy Trinity Anglican

Address: Argyle Street, , Berrima New South Wales, 2577

The church itself is in the Early English Gothic Revival style used by Edmund Blacket throughout his career, and is typical of his rural churches. It is built of sandstone quarried from the banks of the Wingecarribee River, and features four equal bays running east–west with a northern porch and southern vestry. The stonework is laid…

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Berrima, NSW - St Francis Xavier Catholc

Berrima, NSW - St Francis Xavier Catholc

Year Built: 1851

Address: Oldbury Street, , Berrima New South Wales, 2577

The Church was designed by Augustus Pugin and the Foundation stone was laid by Bishop Bede Polding. The Church was built by William Munro in 1851.

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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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Berry, NSW - St Luke's Anglican

Berry, NSW - St Luke's Anglican

Address: 68A Pricess Street, , Berry New South Wales, 2535

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Berry, NSW - St Patrick's Catholic

Berry, NSW - St Patrick's Catholic

Year Built: 1935

Address: Albert Street, , Berry New South Wales, 2535

The Church was established in 1870. A Foundation stone reads, "This Foundation stone of St Patrick's Church Berry was solemnly blessed and laid by His Grace The Most Rev M. Sheehan D.D. 24 November 1935".

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Berry, NSW - Uniting

Berry, NSW - Uniting

Year Built: 1932

Address: 71 Albert Street, , Berry New South Wales, 2535

A Foundation stone reads, " This stone was set by Rev W. Green 30.6.32 - G. Gillam Secretary Treasurer".

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Berrybank, VIC - Uniting

Berrybank, VIC - Uniting

Year Built: 1954

Address: Foxhow Road, , Berrybank Victoria, 3323

The former church was destroyed by fire on 14 January 1944. The Foundation stone of the current church was laid on 21 April 1954 by William M Clark. The Architect was Keith Reid while the builder was A McHolson.

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Berserker, QLD - Calvary Lutheran

Berserker, QLD - Calvary Lutheran

Address: 59 Burnett Street, , Berserker Queensland, 4701

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Berserker, QLD - Methodist (Former)

Berserker, QLD - Methodist (Former)

Year Built: 1880

Address: Musgrave Street, , Berserker Queensland, 4701

From 1880 to 1887 the North Rockhampton Methodist Circuit remained under the control of the Fitzroy Street Primitive Methodist Church. In 1887 North Rockhampton was declared a separate Circuit, and the Rev.I.Castlehow was appointed as its first Minister. He later became President of the Queensland Methodist Conference in 1908. The first…

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Berserker, QLD - St John's Anglican

Berserker, QLD - St John's Anglican

Year Built: 1912

Address: 278 Ford Street, , Berserker Queensland, 4701

The Church is a small Gothic style timber building and is heritage-listed. It was built in 1912. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 5 August 2003. The site of St John's Mission Church was purchased in 1891 by Edward Costello.

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Berserker, QLD - Uniting (Former)

Berserker, QLD - Uniting (Former)

Address: 41 Musgrave Street, , Berserker Queensland, 4701

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Berwick, VIC - Christ Church Anglican

Berwick, VIC - Christ Church Anglican

The first Anglican services held in Berwick took place in 1866 on the site of the (present) Presbyterian Church. A Foundation stone was laid on 5 December 1876.

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Berwick, VIC - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Berwick, VIC - St Andrew's Presbyterian

Year Built: 1885

Address: 105 High Street, , Berwick Victoria, 3806

The first service was held in 1856 in Narre Warren at the residence of Mr Catenach on a fortnightly basis for about a year and then moved to a hut in Berwick owned by a Mr Gardiner. The Church is the oldest church in Berwick, and the congregation was founded amongst Scottish and English settlers in 1857 by Rev Alexander Duff, an Irish…

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Berwick, VIC - St Michael's Catholic

Berwick, VIC - St Michael's Catholic

Year Built: 1956

Address: 125 High Street, , Berwick Victoria, 3806

The first church, built of weatherboard, was erected in 1870. It was originally part of the Brighton Parish. St. Michael's Parish was established in 1956, having previously been part of the parish of Dandenong. In 1956 it became part of the Diocese of Sale. The current Church was opened on 29 April 1984 and was blessed by the Bishop of…

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Bethanga, VIC - St Francis Catholic

Bethanga, VIC - St Francis Catholic

Year Built: 1886

Address: Bridge Street, , Bethanga Victoria, 3691

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Bethania, QLD - Lutheran

Bethania, QLD - Lutheran

Address: 17 Church Road, , Bethania Queensland, 4205

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Bethania, QLD - Lutheran

Bethania, QLD - Lutheran

Year Built: 1872

Address: 73 Church Road, , Bethania Queensland, 4205

The church was built in 1872 from locally sourced handmade bricks, timber and shingles. It replaced an earlier slab church built in 1864. The building consists of a rectangular double height nave with square projections at both ends. The gable roofs over the two projecting rooms are lower than the nave roof. At the eastern end is a 1972…

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Bethany, SA - Bethany Lutheran

Bethany, SA - Bethany Lutheran

Year Built: 1883

Address: Bethany Road, , Bethany South Australia, 5352

The Church was built in 1883. The design is of simple rectangular plan with gable roof, smaller gabled annex to rear, square tower at front with tall pointed spire, rendered features on facades create a strong outline for the building. Construction - coursed rubble walls, rendered corner strips and windows indicate a reasonably…

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Bexley, NSW - Congregational

Bexley, NSW - Congregational

Address: 625 Forest Road, , Bexley New South Wales, 2207

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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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Bexley, NSW - St Gabriel's Catholic

Bexley, NSW - St Gabriel's Catholic

Address: 55 Stoney Creek Road, , Bexley New South Wales, 2207

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Bexley, NSW - St George North Anglican

Bexley, NSW - St George North Anglican

Address: Corner Dunmore & Albyn Streets, , Bexley New South Wales, 2207

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Bexley, NSW - Uniting

Bexley, NSW - Uniting

Year Built: 1925

Address: 25 Gladstone Street, , Bexley New South Wales, 2207

There are two foundation stones laid at the Church. One was by Reverend H Wheen on 3 October 1925 and the second by T. A Johnston Esq also on 3 October 1925.

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Biggenden, QLD - Protestant

Biggenden, QLD - Protestant

Address: 19 George Street, , Biggenden Queensland, 4621

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Biggenden, QLD - St John's Anglican

Biggenden, QLD - St John's Anglican

Address: 45 Edward Street, , Biggenden Queensland, 4621

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Biggenden, QLD - St Peter's Catholic

Biggenden, QLD - St Peter's Catholic

Address: Victoria Street, , Biggenden Queensland, 4621

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Biloela, QLD - Baptist

Biloela, QLD - Baptist

Year Built: 1987

Address: 1A Valley View Drive, , Biloela Queensland, 4715

The first Baptist church in Biloela was erected at 48 Bell Street during 1954 and 1955. It was 50 by 25 feet, with a flat 30 foot by 25 feet attached. On 5 February 1984 the deacons submitted a plan to the church for the purchase of a new property of two hectares at the corner of Valley View Drive and the Dawson Highway. This was…

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Biloela, QLD - Church of the Nazarene

Biloela, QLD - Church of the Nazarene

Year Built: 1966

Address: 124 Rainbow Street, , Biloela Queensland, 4715

A wall plaque reads, " For the testimony of Jesus Christ this Church was opened December 3rd 1966 by Rev A.A.E. Berg Superintendent".

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Biloela, QLD - Lutheran

Biloela, QLD - Lutheran

Year Built: 1964

Address: 113 Grevillea Street, , Biloela Queensland, 4715

A Foundation stone reads, " To the Glory of God 11th October 1964 - Ephesians 2 : 20".

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Biloela, QLD - Presbyterian

Biloela, QLD - Presbyterian

Year Built: 1960

A Foundation stone reads, " To the Glory of God This stone was laid by the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Queensland the Right Rev T.C. Watson BA 23rd April 1960. Minister Rev R.A. Paterson DIP DIV Session Clerk Mr A.C. Shepherdson".

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Biloela, QLD - St Gabriel's Anglican

Biloela, QLD - St Gabriel's Anglican

Address: 76 Kariboe Street, , Biloela Queensland, 4715

A plaque reads, To the Glory of Almighty God - This Ministry Centre of St Gabriel the Archangel was consecrated on Saturday July 5 1986 by The Right Rev George Hearn BA Th Schol Dip RE Ninth Bishop of the Diocese of Rockhampton". A further plaque reads, " To the Glory of Almighty God This Ministry Centre was dedicated on Saturday May…

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Biloela, QLD - St Joseph's Catholic

Biloela, QLD - St Joseph's Catholic

Address: 66 Rainbow Street, , Biloela Queensland, 4715

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Biloela, QLD - Uniting

Biloela, QLD - Uniting

Address: 90 Kroombit Street, , Biloela Queensland, 4715

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Binalong, NSW - St Patrick's Catholic

Binalong, NSW - St Patrick's Catholic

Year Built: 1913

Address: Monteagle Street, , Binalong New South Wales, 2584

The first church was located on Church Hill and was called the Church of St Peter's and Paul. The foundation stone of that church was laid in March 1859. It was later demolished. The Foundation stone of the existing Federation style church was laid on 17 September 1911 by the Catholic Bishop of Goulburn Dr Gallagher. Built of local…

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Binalong, NSW - St Thomas' Anglican

Binalong, NSW - St Thomas' Anglican

Year Built: 1886

Address: Stephens Street, , Binalong New South Wales, 2584

One of the earliest references to the Binalong District as part of the parish of Yass is in the report of the Yass Auxiliary of the Church Society for 1869 when Archdeacon Lillingston is reported to have said, that Yass people were too apt to consider that the world lay between Bowning and the Gap. In the 1871 census Binalong is shown as…

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