Prior to 1907 The Greenwich / Longueville area was part of the Parish of St. Thomas’ North Sydney then the Parish of St. Stephen’s Willoughby. In 1907 the Parish of Greenwich (St Giles, Lane Cove) of which Longueville was a part, was formed. From 4th July 1909 regular Anglican services were held at Miss Oaks school, 6 Poole St, Longueville and after that in St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Kenneth St. Longueville.

On November 19th the foundation stone was laid for the Anglican Church of St. Aidan’s in the Parish of Greenwich. We take this date as our origin. The centenary of St. Aidan’s was celebrated in November 2010 and for those celebrations, the history researched and a gallery of slides produce to mark the event. They are reproduced here.

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How Did Longueville get its Name

The Beginnings – pre 1919

1919 – 1922 Rev Reginald Harry Noble, the first rector of St. Aidan’s Longueville

1922 – 1924 Rev John Newton Stephen, Rector

1924 – 1953 Rev Morris G. Fielding, Rector

1953 – 1967 Rev Alan Thomas Pattison, Rector

1967 – 1974 Rev Dennis G. H. Johnson, Rector

1974 – 1982 Rev Reginald T. Platt, Rector

1982 – 1997 Rev John Squires, Rector

1997 – 2004 Rev Brett Morgan, Rector

2005 – 2013 Rev Geoff Leader, Rector

2014 – Present Rev Craig Potter Rector