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All Saints' Anglican Church - Former
All Saints' Anglican Church - Former 03-03-2005 - Alan Patterson
All Saints' Anglican Church - Former 03-03-2005 - Alan Patterson

All Saints' Anglican Church - Former

Trangie, NSW 2823

Church Information

Church Name: All Saints' Anglican Church - Former
Church Previous Name: -
Denomination: Anglican Church of Australia
Street Address: 38 Temoin St, Trangie NSW 2823, Australia
Suburb: Trangie
State: NSW
Postcode: 2823
Foundation Stone Laid: 19-05-1935
Foundation Stone Notes: 

(Narromine News - 24 May 1935)   "FOUNDATION STONE LAID. All Saints' Church. GREAT DAY FOR TRANGIE RESIDENTS. A climax in the work of Trangie Anglicans came on Sunday afternoon, when In the presence of some four hundred people, the Bishop Coadjutor of Bathurst (the Right Rev. A. L. Wylde, M.A.) formally laid the foundation stone of All Saints' Church, which has risen from the ruins of the original edifice, which was destroyed in the tornado, some nine years ago."

Foundation stone records; A M D G - This stone was laid by - the Right Reverend A L Wylde MA - Bishop Coadjutor of Bathurst - May 19th 1935 - J S Richards, Rector.

Date Opened: 25-09-1935
Date Closed: unknown
Email: admin@churchesaustralia.org

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(Dubbo Liberal - 28 September 1935)  "TRANGIE CHURCH DEDICATION Beautiful All Saints' NINE YEARS' WORK The culmination of nine years ol patient work came on Wednesday afternoon, when the Anglican Church of All Saints' was dedicated by the Rt. Rev. A. L. Wylde, M.A., Coadjutor Bishop of the Diocese of Bathurst, in the presence of about 300 people, including visiting clergy from all over the West. Amongst them were the Revs. K. D. Norman, B.A. (Wellington) and C. W. Leavers (Dubbo) , both former rectors of Narromine.

(Western Advocate - 4 July 2017)  "BATHURST’S Anglican diocese is preparing a new list of potential asset sales as it braces for multi-million dollar compensation payouts to past victims of sexual abuse. But, Bishop Palmer said, the Anglican diocese remained a “strong and effective” church within the Central West and was not looking to reduce its ministries, even if local church assets are sold. “For example, in the Parish of Narromine we have been able to sell the church building in Trangie because we have been working with the local Uniting Church to do our ministry there,” he said. “The church building has been bought by a local community group for a local project which means it is now being used seven days a week instead of one.”

No other details are known about the former church. More historical information/photographs of the former church/congregation are invited. Photographs uploaded 24/4/2018.

Last Updated: Tuesday 24th April, 2018
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