WELCOME to the
Anglican Parish of WARRACKNABEAL
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Advent 2 – 10 December
9.30am & 5.00pm Warracknabeal
Advent 3 – 17 December
Community Carols at Showgrounds (no 5.00pm)
Advent 4 – 24 December
10.30am St MArk's Areegra
Christmas Eve - 24 December
10.00pm HC & Christmas Celebration
Christmas Day - 25 December
9.30am HC Warracknabeal
New Years Eve - 31 December
Epiphany - 07 January 2024
Please contact Rev James for details:
0438 233 630
NORMAL Sunday services:
Every SUNDAY. Christ Church 9.30am & 5.00pm
1st in month. St Mark's Areegra 11.00am
5th in month. Christ Church 10.30am
Current Weekly services:
Monday 11.00am Praise & Prayer Yarriambiack Lodge (Aged Care Facility)
Thursday 10.45am Prayer Yarriambiak Lodge – Ecumenical once per month
11.00am Praise & Prayer Hopetoun Lodge (Aged Care Facility)
2.00pm Praise & Prayer Dunmunkle Lodge – every 1st & 3rd Thurs
(Aged Care Facility)
Pastoral services including
Baptisms, Weddings and Funerals
are provided by experienced ministry practitioners and can be arranged by contacting Rev James Wood.
Follow the link below for more information on what we offer to all members of the community as you celebrate and commemorate
these important rites of passage
Newsletters & Events
The parish produces documents that help nurture faith and action, and inform parishioners and community members of events and happenings on a weekly basis.
Pew Sheet (click here)
youTube messages (click here)
Project REGENERATE PR (click here)
Follow the link below for specific details you may be looking for.
The Anglican Parish of Warracknabeal was founded in 1885 and is situated on the corner of Anderson and Lyle Streets. The Parish is made up of congregations from Minyip and Areegra. Historically, churches in Hopetoun, Brim and Beulah also held regular services in the Parish.
Warracknabeal is a wheatbelt town in the Australian state of Victoria. Situated on the banks of the Yarriambiack Creek, 330 km north-west of Melbourne, it is the business and services centre of the northern Wimmera and southern Mallee districts, and hosts local government offices of the Shire of Yarriambiack.