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St Barnabas Chapel

St Barnabas Chapel was the mother church of the Church of England's missionary work in Melanesia between 1880 and 1920. During that time thousands of students from the Pacific islands came to the Mission College to live and study, living apart from the rest of the island's population, and being mostly self-sufficient.

St. Barnabas Chapel

The chapel is built of stone from the ruins of the New Gaol. In 1920 the Mission was moved to the Solomon Islands.

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