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The Uniting Church in the small town of Whitemore in northern Tasmania was formally a Methodist church. The simple brick building was designed by Launceston architect Percy Oakden (1845-1917) in the Gothic Revival style with buttresses, lancet…

The current Uniting Church in the small Tasmanian town of Westbury was built as a Methodist Church. Building commenced in 1865 and it was completed in March 1867. It was designed by the Melbourne architectual firm (Thomas) Crouch and (Ralph) Wilson.…

The Uniting Church in York, Western Australia was erected in 1888. It was built as a chapel by followers of the Wesleyan Denomination of the Methodist faith. It exhibits architectural features which are typical of the nineteenth-century Gothic…

The Uniting Church in Hadspen, Tasmania, was built as a Wesleyan chapel in 1874, and became a Methodist church in 1924. The chapel was probably designed by Mr Monds, described as the ‘clerk of the works’ in a newspaper article in The…

These interior photographs of Wesley Church show some of the stained glass windows. The window featuring a warrior in full armour and wearing a crown is particularly inspired by the medieval era. The warrior, St George, carries a sword and shield…

Wesley Church is in the central Perth CBD and was designed in the Gothic style by Richard Roach Jewell for the local Methodist congregation and it opened in 1870. Additions were made in 1880, with further additions and alterations made by the…

The Uniting Church in York, Western Australia was erected in 1888. It was built as a chapel by followers of the Wesleyan Denomination of the Methodist faith. It exhibits architectural features which are typical of the nineteenth-century Gothic…

One of two photographs of the Pilgrim Uniting Church in Launceston. The church was designed by Melbourne firm Crouch and Wilson and was built in 1866-1868 as a Methodist church. The brick church is in the Gothic style with arched windows, a prominent…