Brougham Place Uniting Church

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Main Entrance of Church, 2004

Brougham Place Uniting Church is a church on Brougham Place, North Adelaide, South Australia. It was formerly the North Adelaide Congregational Church.

Thomas Frost is attributed as the architect of the church [1] and the foundation stone was laid on 15 May 1860.[2] A tower was added in 1871 and a lecture hall in 1878. The pipe organ was built in 1881 at which time it was "the largest two manual organ in the colony", and restored in 1914.[3]

The church is a landmark and looks over Brougham Gardens in the Adelaide Parklands.

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Coordinates: 34°54′34″S 138°36′1″E / 34.90944°S 138.60028°E / -34.90944; 138.60028