All Souls’ Church was dedicated on 31st May, 1916. The building is described as of the Byzantine style, due to its use of horizontal bands of brick and render. It has a conventional Latin cross plan with a particularly wide nave, narrow aisles on each side, and a colonnade of closely spaced arches.
We are home to some of the most beautiful and significant stained glass windows in South Australia. Morris & Co stained glass windows are world famous and reflect the Gothic revival in architecture. Of the 14 identified Morris windows in Adelaide, five can be found in All Souls’ Church. Click HERE to see more images of All Souls’ windows.
All Souls’ church also boasts many other beautiful and significant stained glass windows, including some rescued from St Paul’s Church in Pulteney Street, Adelaide when it was deconsecrated.
In order to preserve this heritage building, and protect the windows for future generations, significant restoration work is urgently required. Expert heritage architects have assessed the building and have produced a prioritised list of recommended work that All Souls’ Parish has committed to undertake.
The National Trust of South Australia recognises the necessity for restoring and maintaining this important piece of Adelaide’s heritage history. They are joining with All Souls’ Parish in an Appeal for funds to enable work to be undertaken. Your donations will hasten the commencement of work and assist the Parish to complete the project.
HOW TO MAKE DONATION:
All donations over $2 are tax deductible. CLICK HERE to go directly to the National Trust website where you can make an on-line donation.
At the bottom of the National Trust page is a section headed
In the box titled
“I would like my donation to go to:“
“All Souls’ Anglican Church St Peters Conservation Appeal “ from the drop-down menu
No donation is too small. All gifts will be greatly appreciated, and will ensure that the renovation program is able to progress according to plan.
Donation forms can also be collected at All Souls’ Church, or by contacting the Parish.