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This (Former) Congregational Church is in the small Tasmanian town of Pontville. The local sandstone church was opened in 1876 by Rev. J. Shiphird and replaced an earlier chapel. It is in the Gothic Revival style with buttresses, lancet windows, a…

St Luke’s Church is in the small town of Bothwell in Tasmania. Built by the government under the direction of Lieutenant Governor George Arthur (1784-1854), St Luke’s originally held combined services for Anglicans and Presbyterians,…

St Luke’s Church is in the small town of Bothwell in Tasmania. Built by the government under the direction of Lieutenant Governor George Arthur (1784-1854), St Luke’s originally held combined services for Anglicans and Presbyterians,…

St Luke’s Church is in the small town of Bothwell in Tasmania. Built by the government, St Luke’s originally held combined services for Anglicans and Presbyterians, before the Anglicans built their own church in 1891. It is now a Uniting…

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.…

St. Andrew's Uniting Church in Campbell Town, Tasmania, was built in 1847 as a Presbyterian Church. It is in the Victorian Gothic Revival style complete with an iron gabled roof, castellated parapet, clock mouldings, lancet windows, and a square…

St. Andrew's Uniting Church in Campbell Town, Tasmania, was built in 1847 as a Presbyterian Church. It is in the Victorian Gothic Revival style complete with an iron gabled roof, castellated parapet, clock mouldings, lancet windows, and a square…