In 2011, our resident graphic design artist, Brett Hicks from OzEye, designed a new, and current logo, for our parish which depicts the Holy Family—St. Anne & St. Joachim.
The logo signifies that although geographically we come from several suburbs—Seaford, Frankston North, Carrum Downs, Skye and Sandhurst—as a parish we come together in prayer each weekend to form our very own holy family—our parish family.
|Introduction of Mass in English||1964|
|St. Anne’s Hall||Commenced||3rd March||1960|
|Holy Family Hall||Opening/Blessing||15th December||1963|
|St. Anne’s Presbytery||Built||1965|
|St. Anne’s School||Commenced||1967|
|Opened [with grades 2&3 (60 students)]||6th February||1968|
|Extensions new wing||1978|
|Holy Family House||Built||1973|
|St. Anne’s Church||Council approval to build||1978|
|1st Mass held on Easter Sunday||11th April||1982|
|Officially recognised as a building of distinction
on the National Register of Historic Buildings
|St. Joachim’s School||Land bought||1978|
|Built and opened||1987|
|St Anne’s Church||Consecration Ceremony – our new Altar and Lectern||19th September||2009|
|New Parish logo||Designed by Brett Hicks, OzEye||December||2011|
|New Parish Centre||Built and opened||2012|
Source: History of Seaford Parish. Compiled by Robyn Holley in 2003, with additions by the Parish.