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Kogan Church Gets Fresh Look

The old Kogan Uniting Church at the Chinchilla Historical Museum has been given a fresh new look. 

The church was originally relocated from Crows Nest to Kogan in 1953. In 1994, the church was again relocated, this time to the Chinchilla Historical Museum grounds thanks to the kind donation of the Church trustees. The old wooden church is such a typical representation of so many small, country town churches of all denominations that were scattered around rural districts such as Chinchilla.

Volunteers at the museum have recently dedicated hours of work - sourcing objects, organising cabinet installations and curating the exhibition to create a warm and welcoming experience for museum visitors. 

Kind donations from the community have also contributed to recreating this splendid example of the history and heritage of our early Christian pioneers and the important role of these churches in community life.

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Lee Webster

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