5 Brownell St, Geeveston. Google maps.
The Church of Christ at Geeveston was opened on 17 June 1906. The new chapel was described as a “neat wooden structure, splendidly situated, and seated to accommodate about 200 people”.
By the 1950s the church numbers were dwindling.
In 1978 it amalgamated with the local Congregational Church to become the Geeveston Community Church (the local Congregational Church had decided not to be part of the Uniting Church of Australia).
Tasmanian Archives & Heritage Office
Huon Hwy, Geeveston. Google Maps.
As best I can tell, formerly Geeveston Congregational Church.
5 Mertonvale Circuit, Kingston. Google Maps.
Timeline from Our history: Kingborough Life Church:
1st August 1993 Blackman’s Bay Christian Community Church, of the Reformed Church, at the Blackman’s Bay Scout Hall
October 1997 left the Reformed Churches of Australia to be independent
1999 became part of the Hobart Christian Life Centre at Bellerive and Kingborough, part of the Australian Christian Churches formerly Assemblies of God
1 September 1999 moved into a Pizza Hut building in Browns Road
June 2000 moved into the Sea Scouts Hall in Kingston.
2003 purchased a disused carpet warehouse in Mertonvale Circuit & renovated it to include a church auditorium and two level Youth and Kids ministry facilities
23 November 2003 celebrated the opening of new building
48 Abbott St, East Launceston. Google Maps.
1969 Apostolic Church of Australia. (Now in Forster St, Invermay.)
1986 Southern Presbyterian Church.
(From Launceston Historical Society’s “Launceston Churches of the 20th Century”.)
64 Anglesea St, South Hobart. Google Maps.
76 Margaret Street, Launceston. Google Maps.
Opened 1898 as Catholic Apostolic (Irvingites).
1913 sold to Church of Christ congregation (established 1884, now at Door of Hope).
7 Campbell St, Hobart. Google Maps.
Built as a mission church associated with St David’s. Opened in 1885.
Became a Mission to Seaman station in 1915, until the 1950s.