Swartland, Malmesbury, St. Thomas Anglican Church
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Photographs and information on the St Thomas Anglican Church in Malmesbury, South Africa. In the suburb Wesbank of Malmesbury are two churches. The St Thomas Anglican Church used to be located in the centre of the town in the church that is now taken over by the Nieuwe Apostoliese Gemeenskap. The bell tower sits in front of the church building. In it hangs a bell with as only decoration the BARWELL emblem.
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