The move to Robina from Mermaid Beach was the vision of Father David Swinfield who saw the need for a brand new church in the marketplace. The church received enthusiastic support from Robina Land Corp. for the move. Father Monty Morris and a team of lay people including Richard Wilson, Ken Haffenden, John Day, John Westera and Alan Mee worked very hard from 1994-1997 contributing enormous time and effort to facilitate the building project. The original concept was for a multifunctional building incorporating a child care centre. The success of the building is a tribute to architect Phil Horwood.
1997 – 2018
- Trinity Family Support Network (part of Queensland Government’s Hub strategy to support families with special needs),
- the Lakeview building – built for families with members who have disabilities and,
- Emma Jane Packer House – built to house St Luke’s Nursing Service Aged Care Respite Centre (now Anglicare).
A treasured partnership has also developed with All Saints Anglican School, in Merrimac, within the parish boundary. It has served as the chapel for the School’s major services, and the ministry team have shared in the teaching and pastoral care of the students and families.