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The Church on the Corner

Scots Church, at 170 years old, is the second oldest remaining church in Adelaide, with an active Uniting Church congregation. It will be open for viewing and quiet contemplation throughout the History Festival. Join us for a guided tour or sit quietly and watch the video. Discover the fascinating history and architecture of the building. See the ornate pulpit carved from a single piece of wood and the stained-glass windows, including those designed by Lawrence Lee who worked on the rebuilding of Coventry Cathedral in England. We look forward to welcoming you to Scots Church.

Presented by Scots Church Adelaide


Church open every Tue, Wed & Thu in May, 10am-2pm. Guided tours: Tue & Thu, 11am (approx. 45 mins)


Scots Church Adelaide, 237 North Tce, Adelaide


By donation


Madeleine Stocks, 8223 1505,


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