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Brass Mural tablet erected by the Trustees to the memory of Thomas Godlee. The tablet is situated under a memorial window to Thomas Godlee which was erected by his family in his memory.
Thomas Godlee was connected with the Kent Town Methodist Church for 34 years. During that time he filled all the principal offices, including those of Sunday School teacher, trustee, steward, circuit steward, secretary of the trust, conference representative, connexional auditor, and member of the Prince Alfred College Committee. At the time of his death he was Alderman of St Peters.
At the Kent Town Methodist Church on Sunday morning, the Rev. Brian Wibberly unveiled the handsome memorial window, which has been erected to the memory of Mr. Theodore Godlee, who died on Sunday, July 5, 1908. Mr. Godlee was or 34 years connected with the church, and during that time he filled all the principal offices.
Underneath the window is a brass mural tablet, inscribed. "In grateful remembrance of Theodore Godlee, secretary of ths church, 1898-1908. Erected by the trustees." Mr. Wibberly delivered a powerful sermon from the text on the window.
The Advertiser (Adelaide), 28 March 1910.
|Address:||Fullarton Road & Grenfell Street, Wesley Uniting Church, Kent Town, 5067|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -34.919308|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Sunday 27th March, 1910|
In grateful remembrance of Thomas Godlee, secretary of this church 1898 - 1908. Erected by the trustees.