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Our Logo

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.

Historical Timeline

Venue Event Date
Parish Established 1964
Introduction of Mass in English 1964
St. Anne’s Hall Commenced 3rd March 1960
Opening/Blessing 28th October 1962
Holy Family Hall Opening/Blessing 15th December 1963
Extension completed 1966
St. Anne’s Presbytery Built 1965
St. Anne’s School Commenced 1967
Opened [with grades 2&3 (60 students)] 6th February 1968
Extensions 1969
Extensions new wing 1978
Holy Family House Built 1973
St. Anne’s Church Council approval to build 1978
Commenced 21st May 1981
1st Mass held on Easter Sunday 11th April 1982
Opening & Blessing of the church:
Solemn Mass of the Dedication of St. Anne’s Church – booklet
25th July 1982
Officially recognised as a building of distinction
on the National Register of Historic Buildings
January 1992
Refurbishment 1st September 2007
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.

Parish News 15 May 1977

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84 Austin Road, Seaford, Vic, 3198| Suburbs of Seaford, Frankston North, Carrum Downs, Skye and Sandhurst| ☏(03) 9401 6398 ©St Annes Church|
St. Anne’s parish respectfully acknowledges the Bunurong people, who are the traditional custodians od the Boom Wurrung land on which we worship. We acknowledge and pay respect to the Elders past, present and future.
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