Sunday, 31 May 2015

Liverpool, St Lukes Anglican Church

St Lukes Anglican Church is located at the corner of Northumberland Street and Elizabeth Drive, in the western suburb of Liverpool. This heritage listed church claims to be the oldest Anglican church in Australia. It was designed by convict architect Francis Greenway and competed in 1819 in the Georgian architectural style.

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  1. Nothing like a shadowy church to make the faithless shiver--or not!

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  2. At first I thought it doesn't look like the Anglican church in Liverpool, and then I realized that it was in Australia ! That's very old for Australian standards. Pretty little church !

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    1. Yes, we have recycled a lot place names in England for our suburb names.

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  3. He certainly did a beautiful job in its design.

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  4. Very nice looking church that and would not look out of mlace in the City of Liverpool

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  5. This is a nice church, small and unpretensious. Not ornate like a Church of England edifice, but a welcome house and refuge for believers...

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  6. Such a short and stout tower on this one. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  7. I heard a lot about Greenway when we were in Sydney!

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  8. It is in such good condition, Jim! Nice one.

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