Sunday, 8 November 2015

ST PHILLIP'S CHURCH

Phillip Island is an Australian island about 140 km south-southeast of Melbourne, Victoria. Named after Arthur Phillip, the first Governor of New South Wales, Phillip Island forms a natural breakwater for the shallow waters of the Western Port. It is 26 km long and 9 km wide, with an area of about 100 km2. It has 97 km of coastline and is part of the Bass Coast Shire.

St. Philip’s Anglican Church on Phillip Island, was built in 1870; Rose family Memorial stained glass window given by Lucy Rose, sister of William and Hugh, who lived here 20yrs to 1910; was installed in 1912. Lucy returned to England giving the Anglican Church her property in Rose Avenue. It was named Clergy Rest and was used by clergy for holidays. The Parish Hall was built in 1936.

Cowes Island Craft Market is held every second Saturday of the month at St Phillips Parish Hall in Thompson Ave. The market offers craft, clothes, plants and produce for sale.

This post is part of the Spiritual Sundays meme,
and also part of the inSPIREd Sunday meme.







8 comments:

  1. Hello !
    I like your photos.
    Curious church and beautiful, giant trees in the last photo.

    HAPPY week.
    Greetings from Polish.
    Lucia

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  2. It is a very small church. The trees are fascinating in the last photo - don't have any like that here.

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  3. I love how the community gathers there.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  4. Looks like a lively market! Love those trees!

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  5. Nice church and community spirit

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  6. How beautiful is this little church.
    Regards:)

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  7. Looks like a nice spot to visit on the market day.

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  8. Nice to see the church and the market! Farmers' markets are always fun to visit. One near me has the best raspberry jam!

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