With growing numbers of Armenians settling in the western suburbs of Sydney in the 1980s, a new Church Council was formed in the Diocese of the Armenian Church of Australia in 1993 to establish a parish for the Armenian Community residing in the locale.

Over the pursuing years, clergy of the Church of Holy Resurrection began celebrating the Divine Liturgy regularly each month in local churches to care for the spiritual and religious needs of the regional Community.

Under the direction of the Late Primate, His Eminence Archbishop Aghan Baliozian and in consultation with the Diocesan and Properties Councils, the Church Council of Sydney West began exploring options in the new millennia to establish a Church in a central location to where Armenians reside.

After seeking possibilities of land and building options, the property at 26 Garfield Street, Wentworthville became available in 2007 and proved to be a financially feasible project to acquire and transform into the Armenian Apostolic church it is today.