No. 1389 - Geeveston - Huon Christian Church

Geeveston is a country town on the Huon Highway approximately 45 kilometres south of Hobart. The town is named after William Geeves, an English settler who was given a land grant in the area then known as Honeywood. The settlement was renamed Geeves Town in 1861 before becoming Geeveston.

The Huon Christian Church is located at Scotts Road on the outskirts of Geeveston. The church is associated with Australian Christian Churches (ACC), previously the Assemblies of God in Australia. This is a network of Pentecostal churches affiliated with the World Assemblies of God Fellowship, the largest Pentecostal denomination in the world.

Additional information about this church is most welcome as all articles are continually updated. I can be contacted through this page or my Facebook page "Churches of Tasmania”. The photograph used in this article is courtesy of ‘Australia’s Christian Heritage’, with a link to further information provided in the sources at the bottom of this page.

Huon christian Church. Photograph courtesy of 'Australia's Christian Heritage'. Photographer: Derek Flannery 2023.

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