Church of the Epiphany Anglican Church
Church of the Epiphany Anglican Church 09-02-2023 - Derek Flannery
Church of the Epiphany Anglican Church 09-02-2023 - Derek Flannery

Church of the Epiphany Anglican Church

Meredith, VIC 3333

Church Information

Church Name: Church of the Epiphany Anglican Church
Church Previous Name: -
Denomination: Anglican Church of Australia
Street Address: 7 Wallace St, Meredith VIC 3333, Australia
Suburb: Meredith
State: VIC
Postcode: 3333
Foundation Stone Laid: 22-11-1913
Foundation Stone Notes: 

The foundation stone was laid on 22/11/1913. The text on the foundation stone is not known. Information/photographs are invited.

A heritage plaque records: Church of England - In 1860 the church of England was granted a piece of land for a church school. - The church, called Christ Church, housed a congregation until 1913. It became the Sunday School when the Church of the Epiphany was built at a cost of 649.19.00 [pounds]. - The foundation stone of the present church was laid on 22nd November, 1913 and in 1914 the building was dedicated by the Archbishop of Melbourne. - The internal lining is of Tasmanian blue gum and the altar rails and chancel screen are made of Tasmanian Oak. - A bell was given by the parishioners of St Pauls, Steiglitz when their church closed and the first rang out over Meredith in 1962. - The vicarage at the corner of Lawler Street and Wallace Street was demolished many years ago. - The present Sunday School was moved from Lethbridge in the 1980s. - "Proudly donated by the Epiphany Congregation."

Date Opened: 00-00-1914
Date Closed: unknown


The Church of the Epiphany Anglican Church, Meredith now functions jointly with the Parish of Bannockburn/Meredith/Iverleigh and is part of the Diocese of Melbourne. The present church building was dedicated in 1914, by the Archbishop of Melbourne, the Right Rev Lowther Clarke, and replaced an earlier building named Christ Church, which had opened in 1860. No other details are knownMore historical information/photographs of the church/congregation are invited. Photographs uploaded 4/4/2023.
Last Updated: Thursday 6th April, 2023