The first church and manse were built in 1838, enlarged in 1878-79 and served until the construction of the present church whose foundation stone was laid on 15 December 1904 and opened on 31 May 1906. Designed by the Sydney architects, Nixon & Adam in the Gothic style, the original plans included a tall tower and spire, but this has never been built. The church contains many fine memorials, chief of which is the pipe organ, which is a WORLD WAR I memorial.
Singleton Uniting Church will be open to the public from 10am to 4pm.
World class organist Andrew Von Homrigh will play from 2.30pm to 4pm.
When: Saturday 27th April 2019
Venue: Singleton Uniting Church, 1 Church Street, Singleton, NSW 2330