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Seamen's Chapel


The Church of England bought the former Union Bank of Australia, 1889, 4 High Street, cnr Cliff Street in 1930 to serve as the Flying Angel Mission to Seamen. I assume the Church built the small building next door for use as the Seamen's Chapel 1937-1960.

Both Chapel and Bank are now part of Notre Dame University.

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See also Rosa Henriques Smith, and her Sailor's Rest, which preceded the chapel, and the Flying Angel Club, which followed it.

Garry Gillard | New: 7 July, 2017 | Now: 11 February, 2019