St Agatha’s Parish Clayfield
St Agatha’s Parish Clayfield Church is situation in the beautiful tree lined suburb of Clayfield set high on the hill with expansive views of the Northern suburbs of Brisbane. Solid brick contraction with height vaulted ceiling and hand laid stain glass windows provide the perfect setting for memorable church wedding ceremony.
The foundation stone was placed in position by Archbishop Duhig on 11 August 1918 and the building was blessed and opened for worship on 20 September, 1918.
The Archbishop named the church after St Agatha as she was the patron saint of the 6th century church attached to the Irish College in Rome.Enquire Now Learn more