St Andrew’s Presbyterian (now Uniting) Church, Evandale

Opened 1840. Sunday School building to the left. Graves are along the side and behind the church. From the entrance, with St Andrews Anglican Church across the road. Two aisles, rather than one central aisle. Left front corner, if facing pulpit. Centre pews and pulpit From within a pew. Front right corner, if facing pulpit. Rear...

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St John the Baptist Anglican Church, Buckland

Just off the highway at Buckland, formerly Prosser's Plains. Foundation stone laid 1846. Consecrated 1850. This little church is best known for its large window which is claimed to date to the 14th century. The myths surrounding the window are looked at in a post on the Stained Glass Australia site. While the window isn't...

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St Matthew’s Anglican Church, New Norfolk

St Matthews lays claim to being the oldest Anglican Church in Tasmania, bring opened in 1823. An article in the Mercury written for the St Matthew's centenary in 1925 talks about the history of the church: Mr. Knopwood retired in 1823 from the chaplaincy of Hobart, and come to live in New Norfolk, and in the...

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St John the Evangelist Church, Richmond

St John The Evangelist Catholic Church 1836 Australia's Oldest Existing Catholic Church MASS TIMES 1st & 3rd Sunday of the month 8.30am 2nd, 4th & 5th Sunday of the month 11am Before going inside, I was thinking the 1836 year seems quite late for an "oldest" building, so I pulled a bit from the Archdiocese...

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Church of England, Hadspen

This is the Church of England at Hadspen. Thomas Reibey of nearby Entally (the house in the other photo) at various times archdeacon of Launceston, state politician & premier, start building this church in 1868 but stopped after a couple of years. And it sat like this for most of the next century -- just...

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