St John’s School is part of St John the Baptist Parish Koo Wee Rup, encompassing the townships of Koo Wee Rup, Tooradin and Lang Lang, and their surrounding districts.
Our Parish has two churches, St Mary’s, Lang Lang and St John the Baptist, Koo Wee Rup.
St John’s Parish is a Parish in Partnership with neighbouring Iona/Maryknoll Parish and is within the Diocese of Sale.
Parish Administrator: Fr Avinash George Mob: 0451 997904
St John the Baptist Presbytery
Salmon Street, (P.O. Box 1)
Koo Wee Rup. 3981
Weekend Mass Times
Mass attendance is guided by health safety information according to current COVID 19 regulations. Therefore masks are required when mandated for indoor gatherings and attendees are asked to scan the barcode or sign in on entry for contact tracing if necessary.
|St John's Koo Wee Rup||Sunday at 9.30am|
|St Joseph's Iona||Sunday at 11.00am|
|St Mary's Lang Lang||3rd Sunday of the Month at 8am|
|St James Nar Nar Goon||Saturday at 6pm|
Baptism inquiries can be made through the Parish or School Offices.
Iona / Maryknoll Parish Ph: 59425293
St Johns Parish Koo Wee Rup Ph: 59971510 or directly to Carmelina de Cesari 0401 911092
Preparation Sessions are held on a regular basis.
Marriage inquiries can be made directly to Fr Avinash using the phone numbers listed above.
Six months notice please.
Sacraments – Reconciliation, First Eucharist & Confirmation.
Parish Sacramental Co-ordinator: Leonie Hester 0417 551402
Our Parish, and its school, is proud of its long association with the Josephite Order which has continued for over 30 years through the presence of Sr Rose Wood, who retired from St John’s Parish early in 2014 and more recently through the work of Sister Cathy Dean as Pastoral Associate for our Parishes in Partnership during 2015 -2016. Currently we rely on various Josephite Associates within our Parishes to maintain our connectivity with the Josephite order.
For information on Mary MacKillop’s story, the birth of the Sisters of St Joseph and to learn more about the journey to canonisation of Australia’s first saint, Saint Mary of the Cross, visit the following websites: