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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 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 the Tasmanian town of Ross was built as the Wesley Church in 1885. The building is in the Gothic Revival style and features lancet windows, a pointed arch entrance, buttresses, clock moldings, and a tower topped by a spire. The…

The Uniting Church in the Tasmanian town of Ross was built as the Wesley Church in 1885. The building is in the Gothic Revival style and features lancet windows, a pointed arch entrance, buttresses, clock moldings, and a tower topped by a spire.

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…

A view of the tall campanile tower at St Michael’s Uniting Church in Collin’s Street, central Melbourne. St Michael’s Uniting Church was designed by architectural firm Reed and Barnes in a Victorian Romanesque style. The style has…

Ballarat Clarendon College in the Victorian city of Ballarat was established in 1974 through the amalgamation of Ballarat College (est. 1864) and Clarendon Presbyterian Ladies’ College (est. 1876). The school is now associated with the Uniting…

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…