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Centenary Congregational Church Memorial Stone 2
Centenary Congregational Church Memorial Stone 2

Photographs supplied by Peter F Williams

Memorial stones and church spire commemorate the Centenary Congregational Church. One of the memorial stones is obscured by a garden. The church was originally called the "Centenary Church " because it worship commenced in Kogarah in 1887, the centenary of Congregationalism. The architect of the church was Mr. H.C.Kent. The stones were laid by Reverend Alexander Hannay D.D and Mr Henry Lee the delegates from the English Congregational Union to Australia. 

Location

Address:Gray & Kensington Streets, Kogarah Uniting Church Long Day Care Centre, Kogarah, 2217
State:NSW
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -33.966339
Long: 151.131875
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Culture
Sub-Theme:Religion

Dedication

Front Inscription

 (Memorial Stone 1) 

Centenary Congregational Memorial Stone,
Laid by the Rev. Alexander Hannay D.D.,
              November 24, 1888,
              Rev. E. Moore pastor.
 

(Memorial Stone 2) 

CENTENARY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
            MEMORIAL STONE
                  LAID BY 
         HENRY LEE, ESQ
          NOVR 24TH 1888  H.C.Kent 
                                         Architect

Source: MA
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