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  This church, named the Whiteley Memorial Church after the late Rev. John Whiteley, was located on the corner of Liardet and Courtenay Streets.  It was opened on 15 December,1898 in a
St James' Presbyterian Church in Lawry Street,  Moturoa was opened on the 14 April, 1979. It was built by Roebuck Construction. About 1940 a section in Lawry Street was purchased and a Sunday
The foundation stone of this Anglican church was laid by Bishop Averill on November 30th, 1922 (St Andrew's Day) and opened and dedicated by him on June 28th, 1923. The church
St Augustine's was an Anglican Church on the corner of Bayly and Breakwater Roads. It first opened as a mission hall, with the first worship in June 1904. A newspaper report (linked) gives the church's full
The Citadel was opened on 4 June, 1927 and served as the headquarters of the Salvation Army in New Plymouth until 1977. The N.P.D.C. Heritage Study says its significance "lies in the simplified classical design