Gospel Hall, Launceston

66A Elizabeth Street. Opened 1939. Sold 2014

Large Congregations at Opening Services
The Gospel Hall in Elizabeth-street Launceston, was opened during the week-end, when special meetings were held. The first of the series commenced on Friday evening, the hall being well filled. On Saturday afternoon a special opening meeting was conducted, and although preparation had been made for large numbers, it was impossible to find seating accommodation for all present.
Examiner, 10 April 1939

(This photo and last two photos were taken 2015, others are c.2007.)

From Launceston Churches of the 20th Century“, put out by the Launceston Historical Society in 1996:

The [Christian Brethren] Assembly had fifteen moves to different buildings between 1871 and 1893. From 1893 to 1917 it met at Wycliffe Hall (the former Independent Wycliffe Chapel), Vincent Street, and from 1917 to 1939 at the York Street Gospel Hall (formerly Baptist York Street Chapel), 133 York Street.



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  1. Hi
    I was wondering who the gospel hall in 66a Launceston was sold to as there doesn’t seem to be any work done on property or any plans in with council

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