About us

In his kindness, God hasn’t called us to follow Jesus on our own but has rescued us into a community. But this is no casual Christian club of loose connection. A local church is made up of brothers and sisters in Jesus who receive and share God’s blessing of fellowship. The result is that when you have Jesus in common, barriers are overcome by the bonds of unity and love. This is sometimes called 'church membership' and if you have questions about the place and purpose of it, we’d love to hear from you.


Statement of Faith

At the heart of who we are as a Church is what we believe. As our statement of faith represents, Grange Baptist Church is a Bible-believing church that is Christian, Protestant, and Baptist. If those terms don’t mean anything to you, don’t worry. You don’t need to call yourself any of those things in order to attend our services.

Church Covenant

The grace God has shown us through Jesus is a grace that powerfully transforms our lives here and now. It’s a grace that equips us to pursue godliness in the power of the Spirit to the glory of God. Our church covenant is a summary of how we are committing to do that together as members of this body of Christ.


Luke Jenkin

Senior Pastor

Luke came to faith as a teenager growing up on the Sunshine Coast and grew in his knowledge of God and his word until he found himself in training for ministry in London, UK. After completing the Proclamation Trust Cornhill Preaching Course while serving as a pastoral assistant at Twynholm Baptist Church, he accepted a call to return to Brisbane in 2014 and pastor Grange Baptist Church while studying for a Masters of Divinity through Queensland Theological College. Luke is married to Bec and they have two boys, Yi-Cheng and Robbie. He is obsessed with music; listening to it, learning about it, and doing a poor job of making it.

Jeremy Whaley


Jeremy grew up in Wales in a Christian home and was taught the gospel from an early age. As a child, he realised he couldn't trust his parents' salvation but needed to be right with God himself, and in repentance turned to Christ as his Saviour and Lord. Jeremy was a member at the Old Baptist Chapel in Bradford-on-Avon, UK and Grace Church, Yate before moving to Australia. He became an elder at Grange Baptist Church in 2019. Jeremy  is  married to Suzanne and they have four children, Joel, Euan, Bethan and Miriam. He works as an electrical engineer in the renewables industry and enjoys good coffee, mountain biking and being submerged in water.

Brendon Hine

Deacon of Worship Service

Josiah Holliday

Deacon of Music

Tim Daly

Deacon of Finance