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A compact size kit designed for households of up to 3 people, with reflective strips on each side you’ll never loose this in the boot of your car. A total of eighty men from the congregation of the Pitt Street Methodist Church, Auckland, saw active service during the First World War. CAPTCHAThis question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions. All text is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 New Zealand Licence.


On 7 September 1919, Reverend John Alfred Luxford and Mr George Winstone unveiled a roll of honour in the church. It was a large tripartite wooden tablet surmounted by a carving of a flag-draped cannon and stacked rifles. This site is produced by the Research and Publishing Group of the New Zealand Ministry for Culture and Heritage. It is notable that almost half of the men listed were officers or NCOs.On Anzac Day 1921, a memorial stained glass window was unveiled on the northern side of the nave. This was accompanied by a brass tablet listing the names and ranks of the 18 men who had given their lives. On 11 December the same year a brass plaque was erected in memory of the Reverend Luxford himself. He had served as a chaplain during the South African War, as the minister at Pitt Street from 1906 to 1909, and as a chaplain again during the First World War.


He reached the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel, was awarded the CMG, and lost a leg after being wounded at Gallipoli.Another stained glass window was placed at the western end of the nave as a memorial for those who had died during World War Two. This was dedicated to the two men from the congregation who had been killed during the war, W.J. David Olds, a Fleet Air Arm Lieutenant, was the son of the Reverend Olds, the minister at Pitt Street from 1935 to 1950.



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