the architecture of some churches reflects the
period in which they were built, whilst others
recall the styles of earlier times.
St. Dominic's – Flemington, 1955
design by architects Curtin & Cameron.
– Marrickville, 1921
building with more than a touch of Spanish
Mission about it. Possibly designed by John Barlow,
editor of Art
St. Peter Julian's – Haymarket , 1964
By architect Terrence Daly. Unfortunately, recent remodelling
has diminished the qualities of the original
1960s interior. Despite this, it remains worth a visit.
Uniting Church, 1937
Designed by W.N. McPherson. Some finely detailed
Art Deco influences. Corner of Belmont and Cowles Roads,
St Kevin's – Dee Why, 1961
An adventurous yet very pleasing design by architects
Gibbons & Gibbons. An example of concrete formed into
picture: Interior of St Kevin's – Dee Why.
– Ryde , 1961
Architects: McConnel, Smith & Johnson. A distinctive
it was originally built for the Presbyterian Church.
Designed by Lloyd Wynn of the Anglican Architecture
Department. Quite sparse but beautiful
timber detailing inside.
St Mary's – North Sydney,
A superbly proportioned
design by architects Fowell and McConnel –
designers of the renowned BMA House in Macquarie Street.
James' – Castlecrag, 1960s
By architect John Brindley. Just inside
the main entrance is a relief
mural by artist
Bim Hilder. 184-186
Edinburgh Rd, Castlecrag.
Our Lady Queen
of Peace – Gladesville, 1921
Nicholas – Canberra, ACT, 1966
A modern interpretation
of the Greek Orthodox tradition in Kingston, Canberra.
is the elegant simplicity of St
Christopher's Catholic Cathedral.