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Redevelopment of campus begins

A new chapter in the life of St Luke’s Anglican Church has started this week. Our site redevelopment project has commenced. During this time, our church remains open for all of our normal Sunday Services, Children’s Church and other regular worship, study and other events. We will continue to broadcast our 9am Sunday services on Zoom.

This project will bring our Parish a new look campus including:

  • Relocation and refurbishment of the existing hall to become the Parish office and meeting rooms.

  • Construction of a new Early Learning Centre to be run by the Anglican Schools Commission.

  • Construction of a new modern community hall, including a stage for theatre performances and other shows. This new hall will be available for community rental and use.

  • Refurbishment of the existing house to become part of the Early Learning Centre.

  • Addition of a deck to the northern side of the church to connect it to the new Hall and ELC.

  • Relocating the Memorial Garden to adjoin the western wall of the church.

  • A new parking area on the south side of the church, opening onto Ekibin Rd East.

The church is remaining essentially unchanged, except for some additional doors to the new deck, new air conditioning and some other minor improvements.

We expect this exciting project to be completed in March 2025. 2025 is the celebration of the Centenary year for our Parish, so this redevelopment and reinvigoration of our site forms a big part of our future.

During construction there will not be any on site parking for Church users, however there will be a drop off zone close to the church at weekends. We understand there may be some inconvenience caused during the project. If you have any questions about this project please call our Rector at the parish office on 3848 2123. Updates will be posted to our Facebook page.

Temporary fencing in place. Access to the church still possible via main south door

Artist's impression of church entrance after redevelopment


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