Castlemaine Parish

Regular Parish Mass Times

St Mary's
76 Hargraves St Castlemaine VIC3450

  • Sunday 10.30am
  • Tuesday 6.00pm
  • Wednesday 9.15am
  • Friday 9.15am
  • Saturday 6.00pm Vigil

St Anne's
Simpson Street Newstead VIC3462

  • Sunday 6.00pm 2nd Sunday Only

St Brigid's
Chapel St Maldon VIC3463

  • Sunday 8.30am
  • Thursday 6.00pm

St Laurence O'Toole
Creswick Road Sandon VIC3462

  • Sunday 6.00pm 4th Sunday Only
St Mary’s Castlemaine: Saturday 5.15pm 
St Brigid’s Maldon: Sunday 8.15am 
Parish Address
76 Hargraves St
VIC 3450 Australia
Postal Address
PO Box 151
VIC 3450
Contact Parish Office
Phone: (03) 5472 1900
Fax: (03) 5470 5809
Parish Priest: Rev Wahid Riad
Parish Staff
Parish Pastoral Council Chairperson: Julie Farrell
Parish Manager: Doreen Heagney

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