St Andrew's Presbyterian Church 1914-19 Brass Roll of Honour
An ornate brass Honour Roll that commemorates the Church Congregation dead of the First World War 1914-1919. The Roll is timber backed and highly polished, with script engraving and a figure of St Andrew presiding over the names. The names are listed in four equal columns of 10 names, with a single name inserted at the bottom. The memorial was dedicated in 1922 in recognition of the sacrifice made by the individuals of the church community.
1914 [Saint Andrew] 1919
To the Glory of God and in Memory of
the Men of this Congregation
who gave their lives during the Great War.
The Organ of this Church has been perfected and dedicated.
--------- 6th August 1922 ---------
The Lord is my strength and my song and is become my Salvation
- Conflicts commemorated
- First World War, 1914–1918
- Memorial type
- Honour roll
- Commemorative services held
- ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day.
- Additional information
The Roll of Honour is located in the Merrigton Memorial Peace Chapel, within the church. The Chapel was named in honour of the Reverend E.N. Merrington, M.A. Ph.D, Chaplain Colonel, who was Minister at the church and Chaplain to the Australian Imperial Forces during the Great War.
- Recorded by
- Noel Adsett, Chairman, Heritage Committee, St Andrew's Uniting Church
- Date recorded
- 28 January 2010
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