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Title:Church in the Market Place
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"The Passover of the Jews was near, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. In the temple he found people selling cattle, sheep, and doves, and the money changers seated at their tables. Making a whip of cords, he drove all of them out of the temple, both the sheep and the cattle. He also poured out the coins of the money changers and overturned their tables. He told those who were selling the doves, "Take these things out of here! Stop making my Father's house a marketplace!" John 2:13-16

The Church in the Marketplace is an evangelical congregation with an active ministry in downtown Sydney. The church building is in a busy work-shop district, and its appearance is just like the other marketplace buildings around it.

Date:2008
Building:400 Oxford Street Bondi Junction NSW 2022
Object/Function:Architecture
City/Town:Sydney
Country:Australia

Scripture:John 2:13-22
Lectionary links:BLent03
General Subject:Church
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Record Number:54166 Last Updated: 2021-02-02 14:08:43 Record Created: 2009-01-14 10:45:25
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