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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Churches of Mogo

The Batemans Bay Heritage Museum has produced this booklet on Mogo’s Churches and Salvation Army. The church of England that stood on land opposite the Mogo School, on Church Street. The church was burnt down and is now recognised with a white Cross. The Wesleyan Church was on land south of the Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church that stood on a hill just North of the shops at Mogo, now a pottery. This church was burnt in the 2019/20 bush fires but has been rebuilt as close a replica as possible.

The Salvation Army had an Outpost at Mogo and used Mr Annetts Hall for services. This hall was about two blocks South of the Mogo Nursery.

The Mogo History Group has put together stories and facts on all the religions in this booklet which is available for $10 from the Batemans Bay Heritage Museum, Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays from 10 am to 2 pm Phone 44721635.

an interpretation of the Church of England by Peter Williams

St Marys Catholic Church when Peter and Vanessa Williams Purchased it c1980’s


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