About St Michael's Parish
A Brief History
St Michael's Catholic Church in Ashgrove was first established in 1952. Father Sam Hunter was appointed as the first parish priest of the original small wooden church. Situated on a prime piece of land along Banks Street in north west Brisbane, Archbishop Duhig sought to uphold his dream – to have Churches within walking distance of every Catholic family.
The larger brick church which stands today was completed on 17 May 1975. The old church is now located on the second level of the land and is used as the Parish Hall.
Both Churches are dedicated War Monuments with the new brick Church being in memorial of 'All Who Die In War'.
Celebration Times - Mass, Reconciliation, Adoration
Parish Pastoral Plans
The current Pastoral Plan outlines the current and on-going activity at St Michael's. It is a living plan. The objective is to fulfil the nine goals outlined below as determined by the Brisbane Archdiocese Synod of 2003. The tenth goal is our vision to continue the Spiritan enrichment of this Parish.