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Map showing St Paul's Lutheran Church

Phone: 07 4632 1185


There were German settlers on the Darling Downs from 1854 onwards, initially brought out as shepherds or boundary riders on sheep stations. A large number of German immigrants arrived in the 1860s and early 1870s under an expanded immigration policy of the newly independent Queensland government, and these were followed by Scandinavians in the 1870s. Land had been granted here for the purposes of the Lutheran Church in the 1850s, and the congregation of St Paul's was officially established in 1863. A new brick church was erected in 1877, possibly designed by the Toowoomba architect, James Marks. The present church was opened and dedicated on 21 June 1959. The great northern window of the building features a series of twelve medallions each depicting a period in the life of Jesus.

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