Springwood the Church

We are a church where everyone is welcome - people from every nation, background, age group and demographic. We believe that church should be the most inclusive community on earth - and we hope you'll find your home and hope among us. We want to walk authentically with Jesus, living and breathing his love for people, and sharing eternal hope with our community. 


Springwood the Suburb

Before colonisation, Indigenous Australian people from the Yugambeh and Jaggera language groups inhabited the local area. Development of Springwood as a new suburb began in the early 1970's and completed in the mid 1980's. Located about 20 minutes drive south of Brisbane's CBD along the Southern Motorway, the area was named after the pineapple plantation of Brigadier Sam Langford that was situated just north of its location today.

The area has been marked for development as a Principal Activity Centre into the future by the Queensland Government and the Logan City Council with plans for new low-rise office spaces, residential apartments, recreational spaces, retail and commercial spaces to be developed within close distance to Springwood Bus Station. Moreover, the plan outlines two new town squares, new roads and cultural buildings, along with the rehabilitation of Slacks Creek and an upgrade to public transport facilities.


More details