The bells of St Matthew's Church rang 99 times on Sunday to mark the death of Prince Philip.
The Duke of Edinburgh died in his sleep in Friday aged 99 on April 9 in Windsor Castle.
He died a short time after a month-long stay in hospital, just two months shy of his 100th birthday.
St Matthew's priest Fr Peter MacLeod-Miller said the church's great bell, originally from St. John's Church in Glastonbury, tolled 99 times to represent each year of Prince Philip's life.
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The day's sermon was delivered from the church pulpit, originally from Westminster Abbey where the royal couple married 73 years ago in 1947.
The Australian flag was flown at half mast and the royal anthem was sung at the end of the service, and elegy associated with royal farewells was played on the pipe organ.
Australian dignitaries commemorated Prince Philip's life at a church service in St Andrews Cathedral, Sydney. Guests signed a condolence book, to be passed on to the monarch.
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