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 "The Last Supper " window is dedicated to the memory of Reverend Alexander Stewart, Minister of St Johns, from 1887 to 1920.

Reverend Alexander Stewart, from The Leigh, Geelong, was called to St. Johns five years after the departure of Reverend William Groundwater Fraser. He was inducted on November 29th 1887, and remained at St. Johns for 33 years. He served a term as Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Victoria in 1907. He died on October 17th 1924, and did not live to see the opening of the new church.


Address:Mount Alexander Road & Buckley Street, St John`s Church, Essendon, 3040
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -37.756981
Long: 144.91841
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Window
Monument Theme:People


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 10th December, 1927
Front Inscription

 “In Loving Memory of Rev. Alexander Stewart M.A. Minister of St. Johns 1887-1920"

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