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Iona Church, Port Chalmers

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Iona Church
Iona Church Port Chalmers.jpg
Iona church (1872 building on the right and the 1882 addition on the left)
General information
Architectural styleGothic Revival style
LocationPort Chalmers, New Zealand
Coordinates44°19′05″S 170°56′21″E / 44.318175°S 170.939222°E / -44.318175; 170.939222
Construction started1871
Completed1872
Design and construction
ArchitectNathaniel Wales
Renovating team
ArchitectMason and Wales
Designated21 April 1994
Reference no.7165

Iona Church is an historic church in Port Chalmers, New Zealand. The church building is listed as a Category I Historic Place.[1]


History

Iona church was designed to replace an earlier wooden church. The new stone church was designed by Nathaniel Wales. The foundation stone was laid in 1871 and the building was opened on 7 January 1872. As a result of a growing congregation an additional gallery was added between 1882–83. The new gallery became the main church and the original church building became the church hall.[2][1]

Current use

Iona Church is open for special services, concerts and the summer cruise ship season.[3]

References

  1. ^ a b "Search the List | Iona Church | Heritage New Zealand". www.heritage.org.nz. Retrieved 2019-12-31.
  2. ^ Cyclopedia Company Limited (1905). The Cyclopedia of New Zealand. Christchurch: The Cyclopedia Company.
  3. ^ "Visit – Iona Port Chalmers". Retrieved 2019-12-31.

External links

http://www.ionaportchalmers.com/

This page was last edited on 18 September 2020, at 22:38
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