Admired for its architectural beauty the Teviot Union Church sits mighty on Scotland Street, Roxburgh.  There have been a few changes to this building since its construction in 1880 as the Roxburgh Presbyterian Church.  A spire was added in 1919, and a large stained-glass window at the front of the church was provided as a memorial at the conclusion of World War II to those that had served during both World Wars.

In response to the changing needs of the congregation, in 1969 a union was formed between the Roxburgh Presbyterian and Methodist churches, resulting in the Teviot Union Church we know today.

Usual Service time; 9.30 am Sunday

Contact info

71 Scotland Street, Roxburgh 9500, New Zealand


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