Photographed on a dismal day in the pouring rain - waiting for gaps in the traffic was a very soggy experience!
The present building replaced a tin church that had been acquired second hand from the Ceylon Baptists and erected here in 1885 when their new church was completed.
St Andrew's Church was built in 1911-12 and designed by Hay and Colin Murray. It is built in the perpendicular style of redbrick with stone dressings and has a seven bay nave and polygonal apse. Elleray describes the building as having a 'nice red brick' interior.
The elevation below, facing northwest, is adjacent to Seaside
The view from Winchester Road shows the upper part of the church with its seven bays and attractive apse.
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