Welcome to the Grace Centre

In November of 2015 Grace Church purchased the Village Green tavern in Rokeby (11 Ralphs Terrace Rokeby). Situated on nearly 5 acres of land in the middle of our community the property is ideally situated to become a hub for community meetings and activities and as an administration base for local community groups throughout the week. Grace Church is committed to the development of a community space that will add to the great work that other community based organisations are doing in the area and together, working to make Clarence Plains an even better place to live, work and play.

11 Ralph Terrace Rokeby 7019

Creating a Space For Our Community

One Community Together now has an Office at the Grace Centre

On the 14th of May at the Grace Centre we were joined by the Mayor and Deputy Mayor, Federal and State politicians and the One Community Together steering committee to officially open the office of the One Community Together worker Elise who along with Verity from Hobart City Mission, are providing backbone services for OCT. They are doing an amazing job and we’re thrilled that we were in the position to provide an office for them to work from! The future is looking bright for our community in Clarence Plains!

Clarence Council Funding For New TV In Training Room

We would like to thank Clarence City Council for their continued support of community initiatives here in Clarence Plains. Their support has enabled us to provide a TV for training and presentations at the Centre. It has helped us to provide a great resource for the various groups who use the Centre throughout the week.

If your community group is looking for a place to meet for training and you’d like to use our facility, contact us using our online form

Training at the Grace Centre

We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which the Grace Centre is located, the muwinina (mou wee nee nar) people. We pay our respects to Elders, past and present. The Grace Centre is committed to honouring the Tasmanian Aboriginal communitys’ unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and their rich contribution to our shared home.