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The plaque commemorates 100 years of worship at St John`s Church from 1907 to 2007.

MAITLAND, February. 11.— The new German Church at South Kilkerran was opened for public worship yesterday. There were crowded congregations at each service. The Rev. W. Riedel, of Point, Pass, preached in the morning, the Rev. A. Dohler in the afternoon, and the Rev. T. S. Williams in the evening. The new building is a neatly constructed limestone structure, costing nearly £1.000. The church is 50 ft. by 30 ft., and the hall, which is attached in T-shape fashion, is 43 ft. x 20 ft. It is built in Gothic style. The contractors were Messrs. Eichele & Klebe. The church has a fine appearance, and is in marked contrast to the old structure, which has been pulled down. 
Register (Adelaide), 13 February 1907.



Address:17 Port Pearce Road, St John`s Lutheran Church , South Kilkerran, 5573
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.430151
Long: 137.604335
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Plaque
Monument Theme:Culture
Actual Event Start Date:10-February-2007
Actual Event End Date:10 February-2007


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Saturday 10th February, 2007
Front Inscription

St John`s Church South Kilkerran
Dedicated To The Glory Of God
         10 - 2 - 1907
 Commemorating 100 Years
        10 - 2 - 2007
Jesus Christ Is The Same Yesterday And
Today And Forever  Hebrews : 13 v 8

Source: MA
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