Yallourn North Uniting Church

After starting life over near the Brown Coal Mine’s old Main Street in the 1920’s, the former Methodist Church was moved to its Reserve Street location in 1938. The building itself evolved with time, and unfortunately suffered a destructive fire in 1997. However this allowed for a rebirth and reconstruction...

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St James Anglican Church

The church began life as the St James Church of England and was built on site “on the hill” under the leadership of Reverend Percy Dicker. In November 17th 1927 it was formerly dedicated. Currently a small congregation continue to meet in conjunction with the Uniting Church. So come along to...

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Kingdom Hall

Moe Congregation of Jehovah Witnesses is located just a short drive from the Yallourn North township. Starting life in York Street Moe, the new building was opened in 1991. If you are new to the area, or would just like to meet some new people, head on over and introduce...

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Yallourn North Mosque

Beginning life as a humble four-bedroom home, our local mosque has been situated in the Yallourn North hills since 1997. Servicing all of Gippsland, the Masjid has Jumu’ah prayers every week at 1pm, or at 1.30pm in daylight savings time. Jumu’ah is in Arabic, English and on the odd occasion...

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