Sunday Eucharist: 9 am
2nd Sunday of each Month
Eucharist: 11 am
4th Sunday of each Month
Eucharist: 11 am
St Paul’s Church was dedicated on 1 May 1898 and was the first church in Byron Bay.
The original heritage timber building has been moved to the rear of the block and now houses our successful Op-Shop.
The new St Paul’s Church was dedicated on 5 December 1961 and features a spacious light-filled design for an uplifting worship experience. The bright and spacious worship space of St Paul’s can hold up to 130 people.
Located at 14 Kingsley Street Byron Bay. Opposite the Primary School.
St Columba’s Church at Ewingsdale is a beautiful timber country church, located in a tranquil setting alongside the Ewingsdale community hall.
The church is lovingly maintained inside and out by the local community, and it provides an intimate air-conditioned chapel that is very popular for smaller weddings.
The church is on William Flick Lane, Ewingsdale (6km from Byron Bay and last turn to left before the Pacific Highway exit).
This beautiful rural church is nestled in a forest setting beside the road from Byron Bay to Lennox Head. Its interior features traditional wood craft mostly worked in varnished red cedar. The large well-kept lawns and garden areas complement this traditional heritage building.
You are assured of a warm country welcome from the passionate and dedicated parishioners.
521 Broken Head Road, Broken Head. Just south of Byron Bay.
We are a warm and friendly community and we welcome many interstate and overseas visitors. Good coffee and tea after the service provides an opportunity to swap stories and strike up new friendships. Join us if you can.