Sunday, 28 September 2014

Kingsford, Holy Trinity Anglican Church

Holy Trinity Anglican Church is located on the corner of Sturt Street and Anzac Parade, in the eastern suburb of Kingsford. The original church on this site was known as St. Martin's Mission Church built in 1913. It was replaced by the first Holy Trinity church built in 1932 which was destroyed by fire in 1987. This building, built in 1989, was designed by Woodhouse and Danks.

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  1. Don't you just hate it when overhead wires ruin a perfectly good view? Lovely church!

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    1. Yes, it's such a shame they are so prominent in the suburbs.

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  2. Jim, the overhead wires don't bother me...looks great. The building is very different, but I think it doesn't matter what's on the outside.

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  3. It looks octagonal in shape - a bit like the Catholic cathedral in Liverpool although on a much less grander scale.

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  4. Those wires seem to suggest the business of progress competes with the quiet of more spiritual things. Unusual framing round the cross feature.

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  5. A very interesting photo, beautiful church!

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  6. Interesting architecture for this church. Very modern...

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  7. I wonder how this looks inside...

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  8. Great building, very interesting architecture.
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    Lucia

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  9. Great shot, interesting architecture :)

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  10. Nice point of view. It is too bad that all the utility poles and wires must deterct from the view of this structure.

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  11. Looks fairly modern. I wonder when that fence went up.

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    1. Not sure but it wasn't there in an early photos.

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