Sydney place of worship

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Church Hill Anglican place of worship Sydney Australia
Church Hill Anglican
3 York Street, Sydney
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Paddington Uniting Church place of worship Sydney Australia
Paddington Uniting Church
395 Oxford Street, Paddington
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St Mary’s Cathedral place of worship Sydney Australia
St Mary’s Cathedral
St Marys Rd, Sydney
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All Saints Anglican Church, place of worship Sydney Australia
All Saints Anglican Church,
29 Elizabeth Street, Parramatta
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St James Church place of worship Sydney Australia
St James Church
173 King Street, Sydney
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St. Francis of Assisi’s Catholic place of worship Sydney Australia
St. Francis of Assisi’s Catholic
457-459 Oxford Street, Paddington
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The Great Synagogue place of worship Sydney Australia
The Great Synagogue
166 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
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Dee Why Corps place of worship Sydney Australia
Dee Why Corps
1 Fisher Road, Dee Why
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The Salvation Army Australia place of worship Sydney Australia
The Salvation Army Australia
286 Burwood Road, Belmore
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C3 Church Oxford Falls place of worship Sydney Australia
C3 Church Oxford Falls
2 Dreadnought Road, Oxford Falls
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All Saints’ Anglican Church place of worship Sydney Australia
All Saints’ Anglican Church
18 Boyle Street, Balgowlah
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Sydney Buddhist Centre place of worship Sydney Australia
Sydney Buddhist Centre
24 Enmore Road, Newtown
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North Shore Temple Emanuel place of worship Sydney Australia
North Shore Temple Emanuel
28 Chatswood Avenue, Chatswood
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Wesley Mission Sydney place of worship Sydney Australia
Wesley Mission Sydney
220 Pitt Street, Sydney
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St. Philip’s Anglican Church place of worship Sydney Australia
St. Philip’s Anglican Church
29 Clanalpine Street, Eastwood
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The Lighthouse Christian Church place of worship Sydney Australia
The Lighthouse Christian Church
6-8 Holtermann Street, Crows Nest
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Hillsong Church Waterloo Campus place of worship Sydney Australia
Hillsong Church Waterloo Campus
188 Young Street, Waterloo
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St Andrew’s Cathedral place of worship Sydney Australia
St Andrew’s Cathedral
Cnr of George and Bathurst Streets, Sydney
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Evangelical Free Church of Australia place of worship Sydney Australia
Evangelical Free Church of Australia
28-30 Wellington Road, East Lindfield
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Emanuel Synagogue place of worship Sydney Australia
Emanuel Synagogue
7 Ocean Street, Woollahra
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Places of worship in Sydney

Sydney place of worship: Church Hill Anglican, Paddington Uniting Church, St Mary’s Cathedral, All Saints Anglican Church,, St James Church, St. Francis of Assisi’s Catholic, The Great Synagogue, Dee Why Corps, The Salvation Army Australia, C3 Church Oxford Falls, All Saints’ Anglican Church, Sydney Buddhist Centre, North Shore Temple Emanuel, Wesley Mission Sydney, St. Philip’s Anglican Church, The Lighthouse Christian Church, Hillsong Church Waterloo Campus, St Andrew’s Cathedral, Evangelical Free Church of Australia, Emanuel Synagogue

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