St. Oswald's Memorial Church

  Marlborough
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The little land mark stone church, St. Oswald's, on State Highway 1 was severely damaged in the Kaikoura Earthquake.

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St. Oswald's Memorial Church was built in 1927 in memory of Charles Hector Heaton Murray by his parents, then gifted to the Nelson Anglican Diocese. Following the Canterbury Earthquakes of 2010/2011 most stone structures built before 1930 throughout the NZ Anglican Diocese became unviable to insure for earthquake damage.

As a result of the November 14, 2016 Kaikoura Earthquake this landmark building suffered significant damage.

For more information, and updates on our situation, please visit our Facebook page;

https://www.facebook.com/StOswaldsMarlborough/

More about us

St. Oswalds Memorial church is an Anglican Presbyterian Joint Venture

Use of funds

Funds raised will be used to repair the church to its former glory.


Latest update

Funds Raised  20 February 2018

Posted by: St. Oswald's Memorial Church

Since the St. Oswalds Give a Little Page started in May 2017 over $19,000 has been raised.

Since the 7 Sharp story on 19 February

over $12,000 has been raised.

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Latest donations

Ruth
Ruth on 18 Mar 2020
$20
Peter
Peter on 04 Feb 2020
$20
Jim
Jim on 20 Aug 2019
$50
R McConnel
R McConnel on 15 Jul 2019
My partner and I were amazed to see such a standout piece of architecture this far out, and we both hope your renovations/strethening works help to make this little slice of history stand a long while longer!
$50
Jay Gardner
Jay Gardner on 24 May 2019
I find this so upsetting but I have faith that the money will be raised and You'll be able to restore the church. I have a happy memory of midnight mass there.
$25

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