St Augustine's Parish is a great community which tries to live the Gospel in all that we do. If you live locally we hope this site will inspire you to join our community. If you live far away, we hope that this site will provide inspiration for your own ministry and spirituality.
NEWS & EVENTS
Because St Augustine's Church is currently unavailable, parishioners joined Fr Peter in the celebration of Mass at Murrumbateman on Saturday 23rd October. The venue was the "Kirk Cathedral", one of the massive storage sheds at Clonakilla Winery. It was an incredibly picturesque setting for a joyful liturgy. Mass will continue...
Face-to-face Masses recommence from Wednesday 20th October in accordance with NSW Public Health Orders. St Augustine's Church in Yass will be unavailable for use until Saturday 13th November as the carpet is being replaced. For this reason there will be changes to the usual locations of weekend Masses prior to...
Moves are gaining momentum politically to introduce Voluntary Assisted Dying (euthanasia) legislation into New South Wales Parliament. To become more informed you can read the following documents produced by Alex Greenwich MP: Flowchart table of proposed VAD process Polling July 2021 FAQs Summary of substantial amendments since consultation draft V0luntary...
The Sacramental Team met on Tuesday 14th September 2021 to discuss the upcoming Sacrament of Reconciliation, scheduled for November 10. Due to the current Covid restrictions and lockdown, the team decided to postpone preparation for the Sacrament of Reconciliation till Term 1 next year. It is anticipated that the current...
3rd Sunday Ordinary Time
6pm Uniting Church Hall, Murrumbateman
8:30am: St Francis Xavier Church, Gunning
10:15am St Augustine Church, Yass
St Augustine's Parish is located in the southern tablelands district of New South Wales, Australia. It incorporates the town of Yass and the villages of Gunning, Murrumbateman, Bowning, Breadalbane, Dalton, Gurrundah and Wee Jasper.
PO Box 24
Yass NSW 2582
Phone: (02) 6226 1086
Fax: (02) 6226 2220
Monday: 9am - 3pm
Wednesday: 9am - 3pm
Friday: 9:30am - 3:30pm (Bulletin)