Next to the City Hall, the Gothic-style St. Andrew's Cathedral, founded in 1868, is also the oldest church in Australia. I visited the interior of the church quietly with very few people. The church uses a lot of stained glass, and the glass is beautiful in the sunshine outside. The church is not big, but it looks very magnificent and stately under the giant stone pillars on both sides.
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As a believer, I found myself wanting to enter this place. It is on the side of the city hall and has a cute little park. Outside the church are the war memorial and the old signs of the Gallipoli battle. When you step into the church, you can admire the Gothic style. This is common in all Anglican churches. In front of the church I ran into a female mounted police officer, very handsome. The church was very peaceful, and we happened to encounter an event. After listening to a fun prayer, the songs I sang are so popular.
St. Andrew's Church is located in the heart of Sydney, just beside the Sydney Town Hall. This is one of the few old churches in Sydney. When I went there, I couldn’t go in because it was late, but the church under the green trees also looked very beautiful. It felt very good.
The believers might find a shelter here. Standing magnificently next to Sydney Town Hall, St Andrew's Cathedral provides services almost every day from communion, Bible Talk, Healing Service, and many others. Do not hesitate to drive your way here, and find your own healing and tranquility. Moreover, the establishment of St Andrew's Cathedral which was first commenced in1819 and consecrated in 1868 affirms its position as the oldest cathedral in Australia. Besides that, its Gothic Revival architecture style, which is one of the finest examples of its kind in Sydney, makes this Anglican cathedral worth a visit.
I asked to be let in for 5 minutes to do a prayer for my grandma, but was denied entry because I needed a ticket in order to be let in to the church due to an event, which was due to start in half an hour. I was crying and needing support but was turned away, despite me pleading to be let in for 5 minutes. Will never return.
It is a very majestic building next to George Street and close to the Sydney Town Hall. It is said that it is the largest church in Sydney, and there is a large church school building next to it. Between the school and the church is a small square, which is relatively quiet. The entire church is large in scale with a huge pipe organ inside. Although it is in a busy city, it is very quiet inside. There are only three or four people inside when I go in the afternoon, which is suitable for resting or meditating inside. There were a little more people in the square at the entrance, maybe a dozen, and they were also sitting there for leisure and fun.