All denominations are covered on Norfolk Island. All Saints, St Barnabas, Catholic Church, Seventh Day Adventist, Jehovah Witness, Norfolk Island Community Church, Baha’i Faith, Uniting Church. There are plenty of venues to worship within on Norfolk Island. 

The Island is by nature fairly conservative and many may say “god-fearing”.  The faithful are a thriving community on the island and worship and gatherings for prayer and communion are partaken gladly.  But the glorious churches on Norfolk Island are there to be seen whether you are a believer or not.  St Barnabas has a colourful history as does All Saints, and are equally both well worth a visit. 

The photographs are of St Barnabas.  The Melanesian Mission bought acreage on Norfolk Island, establishing the mission and the people of the Solomon Islands for a short period.  The All Saints Church is situated down in Kingston, with the Commissariat Store and now museum housed in the lower levels of the building.  The Uniting Church is on Cascade Road and the Catholic Church is just out of the main Burnt Pine shopping area along Queen Elizabeth Avenue.




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