Henley-Fulham Uniting Church

Henley-Fulham Uniting Church

(formally Temple Congregational Church)

214 Military Road

What an interesting architectural style for a church!

The current building was opened in 1923. The original church, a simple, gabled building with a small porch built in 1880 is still standing and you can see part of it at the back of of the current church. it includes most of the entry foyer and meeting room.

The church has an unusual floor design which is reflected in the outer shapes of its walls. It is constructed of English bond brickwork, with rendered detailing, pointed arch windows and openings with lead lighting. There is a hidden baptistry inside. A pipe organ was added in 1943.

An INTERACTIVE 360 PANORAMA will allow you to virtually explore its interior and the beautiful stained glass windows. Use the reflection 'hot-spot' you find to leave thoughts of your 'visit' but be sure to complete the 'Church Challenge' below before moving to the next location.

Accessing the interactive panoramas

Android phone users
After touching the hyperlink in the text to activate the panorama a blank window will launch which usually has a blue bar at the top. Touching the small icon in the top right hand corner (looks like an arrow pointing to a window) will load the panorama in a new window. To return to the mobile tour press the back button on your phone then touch the large arrow on the LHS of the window with the blue bar at the top.

iPhone users
The panorama will automatically launch in a new window after activating the hyperlink in the text. Closing the panorama window will automatically return you to the mobile tour.