Clayfield St Columbs Church Cross of Sacrifice
Sandstone cross at the St Columb's Anglican Church with lettering carved into the bottom. Based on simmilar design by the commonwealth warcemeteries around the world.
To the praise of God who giveth the victory and in grateful remembrance of all those who gave their lives for honour, humanity and home in the Great War 1914-1919, especially those of this parish. Their name liveth for evermore
- Conflicts commemorated
- First World War, 1914–1918
- Memorial type
- Commemorative services held
The Clayfield-Toombul RSL Sub Branch is the main organising authority for the ANZAC Day commemorations at this memorial and surrounding locations. Contact is Bill Best, Ph: (07) 3863 4104.
ANZAC Day Commemorations:
Cameron Rocks War Memorial, Hamilton - 7am
Kalinga Memorial Gates, Park Avenue, Wooloowin - 7.30am
Pinkenba War Memorial, Eagle Farm and McBride Roads - 8am
St. Columbs Church, Victoria Road, Clayfield - 8am
Clayfield Memorial School of Arts, Wagner and Vine Streets, Clayfield - 8.30am
Following all commemorative services, the public are invited to the RSL Sub Branch for refreshments.
- Additional information
Memorial Cross was originally located on the Sandgate Road side of the Church,however the memorial was relocated to the current position in 2003.
- Recorded by
- Shirley and Trevor McIvor / Clayfield - Toombul RSL Sub Branch
- Date recorded
- 17 April 2009