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Built in 1862 of corrugated iron. The Church was purchased by the Presbyterian Church in 1907 and still in use in 1962. Note the "Presbyterian Church" sign over the door. The Church burnt down in the fires of 1969.
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Formerly St. Thomas' Presbyterian church, now called the Crossroads Uniting Church (2004).
The building is classified by the National Trust.
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Formerly St. Thomas' Presbyterian church, now called the Crossroads Uniting Church (2004). The building is classified by the National Trust.
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Built in 1870, St. Andrew's Catholic Church was later used as a school and was in 1994 being used as a hall.
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Once again Thomas Chirnside led the donations, this time for the construction of the first church in Werribee, St Thomas’ Anglican Church. He started by donating an acre of land on the corner of Greaves and Synnot Streets, then added £100. The first…
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The Church was built in 1862 of corrugated iron.  It was purchased by the Presbyterian Church in 1907 and still in use in 1962.  The Church was burnt down in the fires of 1969.
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A complex of church buildings being 1859 timber Gothic church, 1900 brick church, a brick hall and a Victorian house at the rear.

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