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"Come, Lets Pray"

Reid Uniting Church was opened in 1927, the year the Federal Capital moved from Melbourne to Canberra. It was opened as a Methodist church, and in 1977, when the Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational churches amalgamated, became the Uniting church. The church is made from red brick and resembles an English village church. It has a Norman-style bell tower with a removable cap awaiting a steeple. Inside there is an English pipe organ and memorial stained-glass windows depicting biblical scenes. The Canberra Korean congregation is held here in Korean on Sunday afternoon at 2.30 pm.
Coranderrk Street, Reid, Canberra, ACT, Australia, 2612
"Come, Lets Pray"
Reid Uniting Church was opened in 1927, the year the Federal Capital moved from Melbourne to Canberra. It was opened as a Methodist church, and in 1977, when the Methodist, Presbyterian and Congregational churches amalgamated, became the Uniting church. The church is made from red brick and resembles an English village church. It has a Norman-style bell tower with a removable cap awaiting a steeple. Inside there is an English pipe organ and memorial stained-glass windows depicting biblical scenes. The Canberra Korean congregation is held here in Korean on Sunday afternoon at 2.30 pm.
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