St Columba’s Uniting Church, Braddon

St Columba’s Uniting Church, Braddon, is a congregation in central Canberra, on the corner of Fawkner and Farrer Streets, Braddon (map below). Traditional worship services are held every Sunday morning at 10 am, followed by morning tea. The congregation focuses on pastoral support and care.

Traditional – Sunday 10am.
A healing service (prayer and Bible study) -Tuesday 10am.

Minister: Rev Miriam Parker-Lacey:

Safe Shelter: St Columba’s provides the use of their hall for Safe Shelter during the winter months. Read more here. For details about volunteering with Safe Shelter ACT, e-mail   

St Columba's in Braddon, Canberra

Postal and Street Address:
10 Fawkner St  Braddon ACT 2612


History: Presbyterians in Canberra established a Home Mission Station in 1925. Two years later the Church Hall at Braddon was opened and the Rev. Dr. John Walker inducted. In May 1945 the Canberra Parish was divided into two, St. Andrews and Braddon, and Braddon was given the name St. Columba’s in 1950. The present church of St. Columba’s was opened in 1961.