Last week I visited St. Joseph’s Catholic Church and this week is the Anglican Church of St. Peter’s turn. Don’t worry, I’m not converting, I’m still a devout atheist who just happens to like religious buildings 🙂
While St. Joseph’s is up on the hill, St. Peter’s is right in the town centre. This is a slightly newer building than the Catholic church and was built in 1932, but there must have been an older church as the church was established in 1863.. The builder was William McLellan Ltd and the Archtect was H McDowell Smith (from the plaque on the building).
This church has two memorials to recognise those who gave their lives from the area in World War 1 and World War 2.
For more information about history and service times, please see the official website.