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Albury Presbyterian Church

Albury Presbyterian Church

Lavington, NSW 2641

Church Information

Church Name: Albury Presbyterian Church
Church Previous Name: St Andrew's Peace Memorial Church/St Andrew's Presbyterian Church
Denomination: Presbyterian Church of Australia
Street Address: 402 Wagga Rd, Lavington NSW 2641, Australia
Suburb: Lavington
State: NSW
Postcode: 2641
Foundation Stone Laid: 27-05-1973
Foundation Stone Notes: The foundation stone was laid on 27/5/1973 by Mr Stan Carnie. The text on the foundation stone is not known. Information/photographs are invited.
Date Opened: 09-11-1974
Date Closed: unknown
Email: admin@churchesaustralia.org


The Albury Presbyterian Church, Lavington is part of the Presbytery of  Southern Rivers. The church began in 1947 when the Rev John Armour conducted the first service in the Buckingham St, Youth Hall, although services had been held in Lavington since 1937. The first Manse-Hall was opened in Buckingham Street on 15/11/1952. However, as the congregation grew a new building was erected in Wewak Street, and opened on 31/7/1960, shortly after the group had been granted Home Mission Station status on 13/7/1960. Up until this time the congregation had been an outreach of St David's. By 1970 the Wewak Street building was inadequate for the needs of the growing congregation, and the present church building was opened on 9/11/1974. The church celebrated its jubilee on 16/11/1997. More historical information/photographs of the church/congregation are invited. Photograph uploaded 30/8/2022.
Last Updated: Tuesday 30th August, 2022