For those who are seeking a commitment to the church and its beliefs Baptism is the appropriate sacrament for your child.  Baptisms are mostly conducted as part of a larger service such as Holy Communion but other arrangement can be made if necessary.

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If you and your partner would like a church wedding, the Anglican Parish centred in Murwillumbah can offer you a range of options.

The Anglican Parish of Murwillumbah has three churches; the main parish church of All Saints situated on Byangam Rd near Wollumbin St, the small heritage church of Holy Trinity at Uki and the country church of St Johns at Tyalgum.

The Parish offers more than just church buildings for your wedding.  It is our aim to provide a balance of traditional Anglican spirituality, meaningful liturgy and a relaxed atmosphere for your marriage preparation and wedding.

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All Saints’ Murwillumbah

8:30am Holy Communion



Holy Trinity Uki

9.00am 1st Sunday of the month – Holy Communion

9:00am 2nd Sunday of the month – Taize Service

9.00am 3rd and 4th Sundays of the month – Community Worship

9:00am 5th Sunday of the month- Inter faith Dialogue

St John’s Tyalgum

First Sunday – 10.30am Prayer & Praise

Third Sunday – 10:30am Holy Communion


All Saints’ Murwillumbah

Wednesday – 10.00am Holy Communion


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About Us


“We are a Christian community which exists to worship God and to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ to all people.”

Murwillumbah is a parish of the Anglican Diocese of Grafton. We are part of the Anglican Church of Australia and the world-wide Anglican Communion.

Murwillumbah Parish is the “mother” parish of the Anglican Church in the Tweed Valley. The first recorded service was held in Murwillumbah on 26 September 1870 and regular worship commenced with the appointment of Rev’d Thomas E Fox as the first Vicar of the Tweed and Brunswick on 23 December 1886. The district was raised to Parish status on 28 July 1901.

The centre of the Parish of Murwillumbah is the church of “All Saints’”, a magnificent building in a dominant position in the town. It is the third site on which Anglicans have gathered and has been the focal point of worship since 1 November 1960.

Situated in the extreme north-east corner of New South Wales, we are blessed with the diversities of access to the Pacific Coast, a beautiful rural valley and magnificent mountains with the dominant feature of Mt Warning (Wollumbin).

The Parish has a strong tradition of music and traditional Anglican worship and is proud of its well-maintained facilities. ‘All Saints’” is a very open and uncluttered church built along traditional cruciform lines. It also lends itself to uses other than regular worship, and often hosts concerts and other public events.

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