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The building was the second Wesleyan Methodist Church in Toowoomba and, later, the head church of the Methodist church of the Toowoomba circuit. Settlement of what was to become the Toowoomba area commenced at Drayton , now a suburb of Toowoomba, in the early s. Thomas Alford opened a general store in the area in In the same year, residents of Drayton petitioned the Governor to form a township. A survey of the town was prepared in The ideal site for what was known as the "Drayton Swamp Agricultural Reserve", later to become Toowoomba, was an area approximately three to four miles northeast of Drayton where two swampy creeks joined to form the headwaters of Gowrie Creek.

The Agricultural Reserve included 12 allotments bounded by the left bank of the west swamp, and the present Bridge, West and Stephen streets. Six of the 12 "Swamp Allotments" were first offered at auction in November , however some were not sold until By late , the name "Toowoomba" had gradually taken over from "The Swamp", as the town continued to expand.

At the time of its incorporation into a municipality in November , Toowoomba had well outgrown Drayton. According to Maurice French, Toowoomba expanded rapidly in the s as a result of the Selection Act of after which provisions and services for the new selectors were required. Many public buildings were erected or updated and a railway station, the "most-imposing in Queensland" was constructed. By the s the first Wesleyan Methodist Church in Toowoomba was too small for the growing congregation which was established in the early s.

The first Wesleyan Methodist services were held in Toowoomba in when Rev. Samuel Wilkinson visited the Darling Downs on a preaching tour. It was not until that a permanent minister was appointed to Toowoomba. To service the Wesleyan Methodist congregation in Toowoomba a stone church in Neil Street was constructed in , prior to which services were held in a large building owned by the Presbyterian Church.

The church, a rectangular planned masonry building, was opened on 2 April This building was rendered inadequate for the growing congregation and temporary use was made of the School of Arts hall, but more permanent accommodation was sought.

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Willoughby Powell was then commissioned to design a church for the site. Powell was in Toowoomba supervising the construction of the Toowoomba Grammar School. Earlier, Powell worked for Richard Gailey before joining the Queensland Public Works Department as a draftsman in , when he won a competition for the design of the Toowoomba Grammar School. He maintained a practice in Toowoomba from designing many buildings including the Jewish Synagogue and several large houses.

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As well, several smaller memorial stones were laid by ladies of the congregation and town. The contractor for the job was R Godsall, with a Mr Hudson responsible for internal fittings. The church was constructed of face brick with rendered masonry and freestone detailing and a high pitched gabled roof clad with timber shingles. The plan of the church was rectangular with entrance provided from two porches on either side of the western gable facing Neil Street and a small vestry extending from the eastern elevation. A tall broach spire surmounted the apex of the western facade.

Internally, a semi-circular preaching rostrum, defined by curved timber balustrading was centrally situated adjacent to the eastern wall of the church. Evidence of this early arrangement survives in the church today.

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The church was opened on 4 August and a report in a local newspaper, The Toowoomba Chronicle and Darling Downs Advertiser , provides a description of the ceremony and the building, which is described as "domestic Gothic very freely treated". Not Now. Visitor Posts. Information about Page Insights Data. Elements of Obedience Murrumbeena Uniting Church. We learn that if we are obedient we receive praise and if we are disobedient we earn rebuke along with the disappointment of someone who expected more of us. Here is the official statement from the UCA regard the recent misreporting in the news.

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