Building a new Catholic Church in Flat Bush

$1,645 donated
Given by 9 generous donors in over a year

St Luke’s Catholic Community is raising funds to construct a church and other church facilities for the community of Flat Bush.

Auckland

Most Reverend Bishop Patrick Dunn DD, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Auckland, is constructing a church building and other church facilities for the Catholic people of Flat Bush.

The church and other church facilities will be constructed on land owned by the Catholic Diocese of Auckland on Chapel Road, Flat Bush, opposite Barry Curtis Park. It will seat 1000 people in our community.

We are currently holding our Sunday Mass in the Sancta Maria school hall. We are full to overflowing in the hall and as our multicultural community continues to grow we need a sacred space to gather.

We welcome everyone who wishes to support us to contribute to St Luke's Parish, "A place of solitude for all".

Earthworks have commenced and we will look forward to welcoming you to the new church by the end of next year.

Use of funds

All funds will be used to build and furnish the church to be used by our community and the wider community of Flat Bush and Botany areas.

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This page was created on 10 Apr 2019 and closed on 27 Mar 2021.