Sunday, 30 November 2014

Hurstville, Uniting Church

Hurstville Uniting Church is located along The Avenue, in the southern suburb of Hurstville. It was originally a Methodist Church, designed by A. Parsons and built in 1903 in the Victorian Rustic Gothic architectural style.

19 comments:

  1. just looking at the photo...without reading your words...I said "It has to be a Methodist church!! (because of the flame) Cool shadows!!

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    1. Thanks for that robin, I've learnt something new about the emblem. I had always just thought it was a dove but never realised it represented a dove with wings of flame.

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  2. cool shadows and I find this building to be so inviting!

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  3. There is a sense of fairy tale in all those pinnacled features on the church. Lovely.

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    1. The pinnacles are interesting.... alongside red brick Victorian and Edwardian walls.

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  4. I like the gothic style. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  5. Lovely shadows cast by the trees. Great old church.

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  6. The church is beautiful. Thank you for sharing your photo.

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  7. What a pretty church. Happy Sunday!
    :-)
    Traci

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  8. The same buildings brings the history of two churches. Beautiful shot bright and vivid.

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  9. All the little nooks and crannies of the church are filled with shadows!

    Finite Shadows

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  10. The architectural details on old churches has always intrigued me. Nice shot.

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  11. I don't see churches made out of bricks very often. It's lovely.

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