Drawing by Andrew Foy
►About the church
12 noon to 4.00 pm Sunday 22 April 2018.
My Culture, My Story celebrating the diversity of cultures that have shaped our shared heritage. The Festival is an opportunity to reflect on the places where we live, work, and travel, and why they are special, celebrating our many diverse and distinctive cultures.
Annandale's Landmark Sandstone Church and Arts Crafts Hall Open Day
Annandale's landmark 1889 Gothic Revival Sandstone Hunter Bailie Presbyterian church and 1886 Arts and Crafts brick hall will be open for inspection. Recitals on the 1890 Hill & Son Organ will be performed in the church, by the titular organist Ralph Lane OAM.
1.00 pm — (German repertoire) Buxtehude, Merkel, Rheinberger, J.S. Bach
2.00 pm — (French repertoire) Franck, Saint-SaŽns, Guilmant, Vierne
3.00 pm — (‘European’ repertoire) S.S. Wesley (English), Jongen (Belgian), Pšrt (Estonian), Gade (Danish)
There will be an exhibition of historical documents and photographs and tea, coffee and scones in the Hall and a sausage sizzle in the grounds.
Admission is free. Disabled access.
It’s time to celebrate!
THREE CELEBRATION RECITALS Follow link to more information INFO
pm, Saturday, 5 May 2018
3.00 pm, Saturday, 13 May 2018
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Kirkin' o' the Tartan
Scottish Australia Heritage Council
Kirking of Tartans and Banners
Please share morning tea with us at the conclusion of the service.
Scottish Heritage Council
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Minister: The Reverend
Peter R. Dunstan, BSc., Dip Hort Sc., BD.
Organist: Ralph W Lane OAM