We welcome you to the Anglican Parish of Hendra/Clayfield within the Diocese of Brisbane.
Our Parish boundary has within it, both the Domestic and International terminals of the Brisbane Airport, as well as both Eagle Farm and Doomben race courses.

Whilst our two Churches offer different styles in architecture, both give a gentle ambience that leads so naturally to prayer and peace.

For a long time, there were two separate parishes, but as from 01 January 2002, we came together to form the new Parish of Hendra/Clayfield.

On the following pages, we hope you will find information that helps you to know what we offer. We would be delighted to welcome you to any of our Services, and hope that you will be enriched and blessed by them.

May God Bless You
Iain Moore


Saturday 22nd February6:00pm Eucharist Hendra
Sunday 23rd February7:00am Eucharist Clayfield
9:00am Eucharist Hendra
Wednesday 26th February 10:00am Eucharist Clayfield
6:00pm Eucharist Hendra
Saturday 29th February6:00pm Eucharist Hendra
Sunday 1st March7:00am Eucharist Clayfield
9:00am Eucharist Hendra

Baptisms, Weddings, Confessions and Funerals. Call the Rector to discuss your special Service.  Phone: (07) 3268 3092 Mobile 0407 382 647.  anglican.hendraclayfield@bigpond.com

Service Descriptions

St Colomb’s, at Clayfield

23 Victoria St, Clayfield, Brisbane, Queensland 4011 Australia.
The Church building is 119 years old, and seats approximately 250 people. A Memorial Cross to those who died in the wars stands strategically in the grounds. We have a new Ministry Centre to further enrich our Parish plant. This centre can cater for 120 people at a reception or convention.

St Colomb’s viewed from Victoria Street Clayfield Queensland
View of the Sanctuary which was the old eastern end, but placed at the western end, and a brick extension was added to the church to create this new sanctuary.
The old sanctuary, which was put at the Western end when the church was moved from Collins Road, and turned into a Baptistery. It is also the entry point from Victoria Street.

Eucharist Service: Wednesdays at 10am and Sundays 7am. It is a traditional middle of the road service.

Family Service: First Sunday of the month at 4pm. Unique service aimed at helping children to understand the traditional service in a child friendly environment. Children’s songs with actions, Children’s sermons, and liturgy in kid’s language.

St John’s, at Hendra

12 Burilda Street, Hendra, Brisbane, Queensland 4011 Australia.
Corner of Manson Rd and Burilda St,
The Church building is 58 years old and seats approximately 100 people. It is a pleasant blend of modern with traditional architecture—a great setting for marriages. There is also a Parish Hall (available for functions and community use) adjacent to the Church.

St John’s seen from the corner of Manson Road, and Burilda Street Hendra Queensland.

Eucharist Service: Thursdays at 10am, Saturday at 6pm and Sundays 9am. It is a traditional middle of the road service.

Sunday Praise: Held on the third Sunday of the month (Check Notices and Events page for changes and updates). An opportunity to come and worship in joyful singing and dancing. congregational engaged discussion, and all ages welcome.

Please look at the Photo Gallery for more pictures of our buildings.



The Reverend Iain Moore

To contact us:
Mobile: 0407 382 647
Phone: 07 3268 3092
Fax: 07 3268 2876

Email us:

Postal Address:
PO Box 2298
Ascot, QLD, 4007
Parish Office

The Parish Office is staffed on Friday mornings from 8.30 to 12 noon, and is located at 12 Burilda Street, Hendra.

Notices and Events 2020

Save the date:

Weekly Notices

White Elephant donations: Please start bringing in your contributions for the Mini Fair. Call 0407 382 647 if you want to arrange drop off.

Shrove Tuesday: 25 February is Shrove Tuesday. Please place names on sheet at door.

Palm Crosses: Time to look for those crosses and bring them on Ash Wednesday 26 February or the 23 February the Sunday before Ash Wednesday.

Lenten Bible Studies: There will be bible studies for Lent. After the Wednesday and Thursday Service as well as a night time study.

Cards Luncheon:

Mothers Union Branch Meeting: Mothers Union is a world-wide Anglican organisation known in Australia as Anglican Mothers Union Australia (AMUA) whose Vision is of a world where God’s love is shown through loving, respectful and flourishing relationships. Next date: 10am, Wednesday, 26th February. Speakers: Bishop Bill and Dr Robin Ray Topic: Ash Wednesday Reflection.

Parish Pantry: Giving of non perishable food to those in need. Blessing of donations on the last Sunday of the month at 7am and 9am services. Next blessing: Sunday, 23rd February.

Prayer for Christian Unity: This year the service has been created by the people of Zimbabwe.  Theme is “Rise! Take your mat and walk!” It will be held at St Mark’s Anglican Church, Bonney Avenue, Friday 6th March 10 am.

Opportunity for all to come and play with friends.
Location: St Colomb’s Ministry Centre, commencing at 9:30am.
Next date: Thursday, 12th March

 Men’s Breakfast: Fellowship time for men of all ages welcome to eat and talk. Location: St Colomb’s Centre at Clayfield, commencing at 7am.
Next date: Saturday, 14th March.

Mini Fair: Election is on the 28th March. Please write your name on the stall you will assist at.

Parish Council Meeting: The date for next Council will be St Colomb’s Centre,  March.

Kids Church helpers: We are on a break for the holidays, but would like people with a gift for working with children who would enjoy the opportubnity to be an important part in growing this special part of our family. Please talk to Fr Iain if you know someone, or would like to be involved.

Fund Raising Groups: The council is requesting parishioners to look at ways of fundraising to make up the difference in budget spending.  The first group is a plant growing group to provide plants for Mini Fair and other selling opportunities.

Guinness Club: Time for men of all ages to share in a drink and talk, commencing at 6:00pm. Location: Gallopers, Lancaster Rd, Ascot.
Next date: TBA.

Morning Tea St John’s: After 9am services on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. Please stay today for coffee tea and a chat

Morning Teas St Colomb’s: After 7am service every Sunday. Come and have  some raisin toast with your tea or coffee.