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Churches

Taroona has four Christian Churches

 

St Luke's Anglican Church

Up to date information about services and events is on the St Lukes webpage. A history of Anglican Church in Taroona is in The Taroona Book here.

 

 


 

The Village Church (formerly the Baptist Church)

The Church is at 124 Channel Highway. 

Meetings are at 10am on Sundays.

Facebook page for the Village Church:

https://www.facebook.com/TheVillageChurchTaroona/

A history of the site and  of the Baptist Church in Taroona (possibly the most southerly Baptist Church in Australia) can be found in The Taroona Book here


 

Uniting Church

The "House" Church was built in  1980 at No. 1 Taroona Crescent, and dedicated on 22 February 1981.

There is more about Church services here, and about the establishment of the church in The Taroona Book here.

 


 

St Pius X Catholic Church

Located beside Channel Highway just north of the schools, the church with its unusual barrel shaped roof was designed by noted Hobart architect Esmond Dorney and built by Frank Ingram. It was opened on  26th October 1957.

There is more about Pius X  Church in the Taroona Book here