Lygon Street Christian Chapel

Coordinates: 37°48′21.244″S 144°57′58.291″E / 37.80590111°S 144.96619194°E / -37.80590111; 144.96619194

Lygon Street Christian Chapel is an Evangelical church in the inner-city suburb of Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, built in 1865, and designed by architect W.M. Moore.[1] The services were led by a 'preacher'. The preacher prior to February 1867 was American Reverend H.S. Earl. He was replaced by fellow Americans T.J. Gore and G.L. Surben.[2][3]

Lygon Street Christian Chapel
Christian chapel carlton 1865.jpg
General information
TypeChurch
Architectural styleClassical
Location42-54 Lygon Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
CountryAustralia
Completed1865
Design and construction
ArchitectW.M. Moore

The chapel contains a "fine example of late 19th century organ building" with an original working organ thought to have been made by Fincham & Hobday in the early 1890s, installed in the chapel in 1913.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b http://vhd.heritage.vic.gov.au/search/nattrust_result_detail/65308
  2. ^ "RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE". The Age (3844). Victoria, Australia. 25 February 1867. p. 6. Retrieved 8 November 2016 – via National Library of Australia.
  3. ^ "FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1867". The Argus (Melbourne) (6, 462). Victoria, Australia. 22 February 1867. p. 5. Retrieved 8 November 2016 – via National Library of Australia.