A story about all kinds of people and places. From nineteenth century miners and poor farmers who sympathized with Ned Kelly, to Nick Cave, twentieth century church cleaners and the termites who ate a church's telephone directory.
Church in a Landscape includes clergy, buildings and organisations. It tells how Anglicans in the North-east of Victoria responded to the landscape around them and the irreversible changes made to it through industry - while acknowledging the unquestionable beauty of their surroundings. Dr Colin Holden is a priest and historian who has published on a wide range of issues and topics - including Circa publication 'Chasing Lionel'
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