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St Albans Anglican Church
St Albans Anglican Church 14-01-2012 - John Huth, Wilston, Brisbane
St Albans Anglican Church 14-01-2012 - John Huth, Wilston, Brisbane

St Alban's Anglican Church

Grange, QLD 4051

Church Information

Church Name: St Alban's Anglican Church
Church Previous Name: St Alban's Church of England
Denomination: Anglican Church of Australia
Street Address: Lovedale St & Inglis St, Grange QLD 4051, Australia
Suburb: Grange
State: QLD
Postcode: 4051
Foundation Stone Laid: 11-11-1928
Foundation Stone Notes: 

Foundation stone records: A M D G - In honour of St Alban the Martyr - and in memory of - those who fell in the Great War - this stone was laid on - November 11th AD 1928 - By The Rev Canon Stevenson MA - First Vicar of the Parish.

A Plaque records: St Alban the Martyr - Church of Engand.

Date Opened: 25-04-1929
Date Closed: unknown
Email: admin@churchesaustralia.org


The St Alban's Anglican Church, Grange. It began with a timber church/school in 1914, being opened and dedicated on 12/9/1914 by Archdeacon Henry Frewen LeFanu.  It was removed in the 1950s. The present church building was commenced in 1928, its foundation stone recording the purpose to glorify God and honour those who died in the Great War.  It was opened and dedicated on 25/4/1929 by the Archbishop of Brisbane, the Most Rev. Gerald Sharp, and consecrated on 27/6/1943 by the Archbishop of Brisbane, the Most Rev William Wand. A second vestry and nave were added, being completed and consecrated on 21/6/1970 by the Bishop Coadjutor, the Right Rev. John Hudson. More historical information/photographs of the church/congregation are invited. Photograph uploaded 13/06/2016.

For more of the St Alban's Anglican Church story - see "A Heritage Study - Brisbane Places of Worship, Pre-1940, Vol 2", Heritage Unit, Department of Development and Planning, Brisbane City Council (Undated).
Last Updated: Wednesday 16th January, 2019