we saw this church when we visited back in 2004 and vowed to come back and reaffirm our wedding vows here. working with the Minister and the locals was a wonderful experience. the history around this beautiful church, the stained glass and leadlighting were exquisite.
We stopped at this church as part of our tour and unfortunately we were unable to go inside as there was a wedding taking place. We were out and about driving around the island and always seemed to drive past this church, so we just had to stop and have a look. We were so glad we did stop and... 更多
On tour we called in to this lovely church but could just drive to it as well. Inside and out beautifully maintained and restored. While inside guide gave talk about history and restoration and jokingly locked the doors and said we had to donate to escape. The woodwork was beautiful and different woods the windows very colourful. A lovely building
We came to visit St. Barnabas Church on a Island bus tour. I was impressed on the led windows and the structure of the building, beautiful and spiritual, Loved the history of this church.
The interior of this church is stunning. The roof is a work of art and engineering, all being put together without a single nail. It is like looking into the bottom of a boat. The stained glass is lovely. Well worth stopping and taking a while to look around.
On entering this glorious old church, you are wrapped in an atmosphere steeped in history! The stained glass windows, the old pews, the detailed carving of the mother of pearl inlaids, carved timber, sandstone - well worth a visit and open every day.