Supplementing the Moravian church built on the site in the 18th century, the two-storey office and meeting room block facing onto Kevin Street was built in 1917, designed by Lucius O’Callaghan. It’s been out of use as a church since 1959 and is currently home to JAM Media. The Moravian church’s symbol, the Lamb of God, is presented in a carving at the top of the facade.
These stained glass windows have been catching my eye, though for once, it’s not for the colour. The surface is highly textured and looks bubbly, jewelled and glistening, and from the street, it’s hard to perceive what’s happening with colour or images represented.