Interested in the history of St. John’s?
A large collection of documents relating to the early history of St. John’s Church has been digitised by the Tasmanian Government’s library and archive service, Libraries Tasmania, and can be searched online. This includes records of baptisms, marriages and burials..
Follow: Libraries Tasmania Name Index Search
for a self-guided tour of St. John’s Church
A booklet covering the history of St. John’s is available from the church. The following pages also outline our history.
Memorials and Biographies of St. John’s – This very comprehensive collection
(which may take a little longer to load to your browser),
outlining memorials in St. John’s Church in the form of plaques, windows, furniture and other items,
was compiled by well-known Launceston historian, Jenny Gill.
Many of the images in the photo galleries also have interesting historical information in their captions.
Click on the first photo in the gallery to bring it up to viewing size.
Captions will appear below the photo. Use your arrow keys to go to the next image.
Audio sermons: Click Sermons to find our collection of recorded sermons,
mostly from about 2000 to the present, but a few going earlier.
Use the search options at the top of the page,
eg Start Date 1980, End Date 1990 (and click on the Filter>> button to apply your search).
Our earliest extant audio recordings:
During 2017, a sermon series preached by Revd. Ernest Horth in 1984,
was also acquired and added to the collection. Use the search function mentioned above.
Ferguson and Urie – Colonial Victoria’s Historic Stained Glass Craftsmen 1853-1899
(and our particular Ferguson and Urie window) – St John’s Anglican Church, Launceston
Experimental interactive church map (under development)