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Wesley Uniting Church Great War Memorial Windows, Broken Hill

Wesley Uniting Church Great War Memorial Windows, Broken Hill
Jillian Fox
Jillian Fox
Jillian Fox
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Description / Background

Two memorial stained glass windows in the heritage-listed Wesley Uniting Church in Broken Hill. The windows are exact copies of the honour rolls from the Great Wall of the former Blende Street Methodist Church and the Sulphide Street Methodist Church.

These windows were installed in 1927 when these two congregations united in this building. Until the windows were installed, one congregation met in the morning and the other in the evening. The windows were responsible for uniting the two congregations together in joint worship.

The church is situated on the corner of Cobalt and Sulphide Streets in Broken Hill.


Window 1

The Great War

Australian Commonwealth Allied Forces

1914 - 1918

Honour the Brave


Window 2



Lest We Forget

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Wesley Uniting Church
Cnr Cobalt and Sulphide Streets
Broken Hill NSW 2880
Local Government Area
Broken Hill, City of
Building – inside
Memorial type
Stained glass window
Recorded by
Jillian Fox
Year of construction
9 December 1927
Dedication date
11 December 1927
First World War, 1914–18