Main Street, Kempton. Google Maps.
138 Abbott St, Newstead. Google Maps.
From Launceston Historical Society’s “20th Century Churches in Launceston”:
Closed 1988. Was an outpost of Chalmers’ Presbyterian Church. Originally known as Chalmers’ Newstead, in 1965 the church became known at St Stephen’s, Newstead. In 1988 the congregation moved to Chant Street Uniting Church of Australia. Window high up on west wall was originally top sash of a window in Scots National Church, Charles Street.
Cnr Seymour & Grant Streets, Fingal. Google maps
Tourist information boards says: A small wooden structure, constructed on a stone base. There is a bell-cote on the iron gabled roof. Services were first conducted in Fingal in October 1876. The foundation stone was laid in 1881. The first Sunday School was held in 1885 under the guidance of Owen Holder and Mrs Harkness. A Mr McKercher rang the church bell to announce to the townspeople that the Boer War had finished.