Sunday, 10 September 2017

Croydon Park, Uniting Church Disability Services

Uniting Church Disability Services building is located along Georges River Road near the corner of Brighton Avenue, in the inner west suburb of Croydon Park. It sits beside the Croydon Park Uniting Church, which suggests it may have originally been built as a church hall and administration building. They provide help with supported accommodation and independent living, decision making and respite care for people in the community with disabilities.

12 comments:

  1. There is something pink peeking out from the shadows.

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    1. That's the Uniting Church's sign. They use that bright pink now to attract attention.

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  2. The architecture certainly does evoke church hall style.

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  3. It is wonderful to see a church building that is being used more than once a week; especially one providing such a great service to the community!

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  4. It looks as if it was once stylish a house of worship - given the overgrown shrubbery here, though, it's apparent that noble people inside are busier helping those who need help instead of landscaping. And doing God's work as well...

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  5. Nice sturdy church. Congrats on 11 years of blogging!

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  6. Thank goodness for the shadows of those trees to cool the hot bricks of the building!

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