Rooted deep in history, the St Andrew's Congregational Church stands tall at the corner of Darling Street and Curtis Road. Built by Messrs Goold and Field with a Gothic facade and exposed bricks, this landmark is the talk of the town. The interiors have a communion table, open pews and a massive cedar. The St Andrew's Church also has a piped organ made by J.W. Walker which dates back to 1867. The church premises are used to host the weekly Balmain Saturday Market, which draws locals in large numbers. Over the years, the Church along with the market has gone on to become an integral part of Sydney's rich history.