The Murwillumbah All Saints' Church was designed by architects Conrad and Gargett of Brisbane. It was opened and dedicated on All Saints' Day, 1 November 1960.
According to the Organ Historical Trust of Australia website, "The first recorded Anglican service was held in Murwillumbah on 26 September 1970 … The All Saints' congregation had worshipped at two previous sites before moving to the current location."
Within the church is a memorial plaque with two crossed flags: the Union Jack and the Australian Flag. The plaque states that the church was erected in Thanksgiving for peace and as a tribute to those who served and in loving memory of those who paid the supreme sacrifice in World Wars I and II and the Korean War, Malaya and Vietnam.
Apart from the above plaque there three rolls of honour: two dedicated to World War I and the third to World War II, Korean, Malaya and Vietnam Wars.
All Saints' Church
This church, dedicated to the greater glory
of God on All Saints' Day, A.D. 1960 was
erected in thanksgiving for peace, as a
tribute to those who served and in loving
memory of those who paid the supreme sacrifice.
In World Wars I & II and the Korean War,
Malaya and Vietnam
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