St Augustine’s Stained Glass Windows

Associated Artists of Andrew J Smith

Presenting Hand Prepared Greeting Cards from Associated Artists for Australian Retailers/Wholesalers

and as arranged, members of the public

St Augustine’s Stained Glass Windows

Associated Artists of Andrew J Smith

Presenting Hand Prepared Greeting Cards from Associated Artists for Australian Retailers/Wholesalers

and as arranged, members of the public

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A Selection of St Augustine’s Windows, Greeting Cards

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St Augustine’s Anglican, Hamilton – Stained Glass Windows

Photography by Laurence Shaw

The Anglican Church of St Augustine’s Hamilton was built in 1919 as a thank-offering to God for deliverance and peace, and as a War Memorial Church to the valour, sacrifice and endurance of Australian men and women who served in the Great War.

By the end of the hostilities, Australia had the highest casualty rate of the Allied Forces. Unable to lay loved ones to rest at home, Australians expressed their grief by erecting war memorials.

This beautiful church is an imposing two-story brick building set in leafy grounds on Racecourse Road, Brisbane, nick-named the ‘Jewel Box’ for its stunning stained-glass windows. After World War II a series of stained-glass windows were installed as a memorial to those who died in that war, including fifty-two parishioners. A prominent Queensland artist, William Bustard, designed the windows. The church is a war memorial commemorating both world wars.