Sunday, 25 May 2014

Lidcombe, St Ephraim Syrian Orthodox Cathedral

St Ephraim Syrian Orthodox Cathedral is located in Joseph Street, in the western suburb of Lidcombe. This church which features eastern orthodox and contemporary architectural styles was officially consecrated in 2002.

16 comments:

  1. I don't think Syrian Christians were having a very good time in Syria. Nor anyone else for that matter :( I bet the community in Sydney is very grateful to live and worship in peace.

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  2. Such breath-taking architecture! This one is especially gorgeous. You have a good eye.

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  3. Jim, You have some churches that I have never heard of before.
    Tom The Backroads Traveller

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    1. Tom, Sydney is a very multicultural city and I keep discovering new communities that live here.

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  4. The church does have nice, clean lines. A traditional look rendered in a modern way.

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  5. That's quite an inviting looking place--and big!

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  6. This is a most unique church design mixing styles from east and west.

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  7. Very distinctive piece of architecture here Jim, no one's going to walk by with noticing this one!

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  8. love the roof decor. hey, Jim sorry for the late comment. i've been out of town. take care. ( :

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  9. That's interesting architecture - especially the curves.

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  10. Very pretty shapes - and I've never seen so much white brick! Lovely find :)

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