Sunday, 2 August 2020

Lakemba Uniting Church

Lakemba Uniting Church is located on the corner of The Boulevarde and Haldon Street, in the south west suburb of Lakemba. It was built in 1911 as the Lakemba Methodist Church.

11 comments:

  1. Like a lot of churches built then, not much to look at

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  2. The strong shadows in the corner would be a good place for little boys to hide.

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  3. A fantastic Blog that gives a new meaning to the limit of spiritual photos.

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  4. A "uniting church" sounds like a good idea in this divisive world!
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  5. Úplne iná architektúra sakrálnej stavby, akú poznám z Európy.
    Zdravím, Daniela z Bratislavy

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    1. Daniela, I guess it would be very different to architecture in Europe.

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  6. Yes heaps of churches like that here that are similar.

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  7. Hello Jim!
    Beautiful church, interesting architecture and great picture as always.
    Blessed Sunday and August.
    Lucja

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  8. ...I alway find the name Uniting Church to be so welcoming.

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  9. That is a bit different that the Methodist churches built in that time period in the US. Of course, it all depended on the wealth of the congregation. Most rural churches were build of wood in north Texas while churches 'in town' were brick in a somewhat Gothic revival look.

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  10. I haven't seen one like it. There's a mixture of styles.

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