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Pitt Town Anglican Church
Pitt Town Anglican Church 11-07-2002 - Alan Patterson

Pitt Town Anglican Church

Pitt Town, NSW 2756

Church Information

Church Name: Pitt Town Anglican Church
Church Previous Name: St James' Anglican Church
Denomination: Anglican Church of Australia
Street Address: 110 Bathurst St, Pitt Town NSW 2756, Australia
Suburb: Pitt Town
State: NSW
Postcode: 2756
Foundation Stone Laid: 30-07-1857
Foundation Stone Notes: 

(Sydney Morning Herald - 3 August 1857)  "We have just learnt that the Bishop of Sydney arrived at M'Grath's Hill yesterday morning, on his way to Richmond, with the Intention of attending a meeting of the Church Society there, but encountering the flood, was obliged to retrace his steps to Retallack's Inn, Windsor Road. His Lordship also Intended to lay the foundation of a new church at Pitt Town, but the unpropitiousness of the elements will prevent that event from taking place for a time. The waters have fallen about six feet."

The formal text of the foundation stone is not known. Information/photographs are invited.

Date Opened: 11-04-1859
Date Closed: unknown
Email: admin@churchesaustralia.org

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The sandstone church was designed by architect Edmund Blacket and constructed by Thomas Collison. More historical information/photographs of the Pitt Town Anglican Church(formerly St James' Anglican Church)/congregation are invited. Photographs uploaded 27/4/2018.
Last Updated: Friday 27th April, 2018
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