Albert Street Uniting Church, Brisbane

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  • When you want to take just a little time out and find yourself - this is the place - apart from the church being historical it is positioned so well, close to all amenities you would expect of a city....  more »
  • among the modern sky scrapers there is like old style church building, it looks like they builded new building around....  more »
  • This imaculate building stood out amongst the very modern ones nearby. Only sorry we didn't have a chance to look inside.  more »
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  • I do not know about the architecture, I have seen it but I do not wish to comment about it here. What I do wish to comment is the people of Wesley mission. The church seems to believe it is a sanctuary in a well of pollution, well I must say it is quite the opposite. The Wesley mission is a well of disgust in a pool of beauty: I.e. Brisbane. The whole inner city has it shortcomings, but I have seen worse *cough Sydney *cough. The people here are atrocious and they look upon you with contempt as if you are some lowly bum who needs saving. One woman asked me if I was hungry and then asked I wanted food and laughed when I accepted the offer. Is this what Christians are like? No wonder the church is failing. It's full of old farts who are terribly unkind and manipulative. The last bastion of a great era. Well here's to Jesus, he has reigned supreme for almost 2000 years, and he is soon to be dethroned. At that time I will be happy to see the back of organisations such as Wesley Mission.
  • I visited recently and was so warmly welcomed and included that i have since returned and look forward to attending future services.
  • Beautiful architecture and building and scenic view near city
  • My parents were married in this church in 1944
  • What a pity for the continues maintenance at least 3 months from the comments before