Welcome to the Anglican Parish of Warwick

St. Mark's Church, Warwick

St. John's Church, West Warwick

Christ Church, Killarney

St. Alban's, Maryvale

St. James, Pratten





To be a growing, joyful community serving Christ

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Our Goals:  Growth, Family and Worship

  • Growth: to develop discipleship within the Church family, strongly encouraging fellowship and social interaction across the Parish
  • Family: to develop our relationship with young families, particularly those who bring their children to the Church for Baptism.
  • Worship: to ensure that the services offered are effective in guiding the Parish towards achieving its vision.


Welcome to the home page of the Anglican Parish of Warwick.  Warwick is a thriving town of 12,000 people situated 160 kilometres south west of Brisbane bordering on fertile farmlands and the rolling hills of the Great Dividing Range.  The area was settled in 1840 by the Leslie brothers who began the tradition of the pastoralist, sheep and wool industry in Queensland. Anglican worship in this area commenced in 1848 and continues today in the beautiful sandstone Church of St. Mark's in Warwick as well as in four (4) other daughter Churches within the parish.


Through the efforts of many dedicated lay people, the Anglican Church in Warwick delivers special ministry to the aged people in our local nursing homes, hospitals and the house bound. Home communion and hospital communion are taken, and special follow-up visits are made to those who have recently left hospital. In addition there are active bible study groups seeking to discern the Word and will of God.  We look forward to welcoming you into our faith community.


 A prayer for the growth of God’s church:

God of Mission, who alone brings growth to your Church,

Send your Holy Spirit to give Vision to our planning,
                     Wisdom to our actions, and power to our witness.
                     Help our church to grow in numbers, in spiritual commitment to you,
                     and in service to our local community, through Jesus Christ our Lord.   Amen.


 Prayer for Rain:  God our heavenly Father through your Son you promised to those seeking first your kingdom and your righteousness all things necessary for bodily welfare: send us, we pray, in this time of need, rain to water the earth, that we may receive its produce to strengthen and sustain us and always praise you for your bounty; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.


For a full copy of the latest Pew Bulletin, please go to the pew bulletin link on the main menu:  


Video 1 - Restoration 150 Appeal


Video 2 - October 2016 Update


Video 3 - December 2016 Update


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  Mission Action Plan 2016 LYCIG 31.07.2016 Release.pdf


October 2018 National Apology Statement from Archbishop Phillip Aspinall


181019 National Apology Statement - ACSQ 2018 from archbishop october.pdf


Donation Form for church restoration and stained glass.pdf 



Looking for tasty, homecooked catering???

The ladies of St. Mark's Women's Guild are here to help, when it is most needed.

 We offer inexpensive catering to suit your budget and tastes, particularly for wakes following a funeral which can have been held at any location.  We can serve you and your guests in our St. Mark's Parish Hall or deliver food to your home or other local venue.


To find out any further information, please feel free to contact Joyce between 8 - 8.30am or after 5pm on  4661 1938 or Winsome on 4661 4962 or Sue on 0427 962 281 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We offer this community outreach as a service to complement

our Parish Fundraising Activities.

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Sunday School has recommenced in 2019.

A committed group of people are now offering a place where children can be nourished in faith through stories and activities that give them a basic understanding of what it is to be a baptised Christian and a beloved child of God.  

Prep to Year 7  The Children start in Church with a short story and prayer and then proceed to Sunday School for about 40minutes before returning to Church for a blessing, a time of sharing and morning tea.  We would love for your child to be part of St Mark's Sunday School.  (School term only, does not run on School holidays)

Clare McHugh von Stieglitz, Co-ordinator on 4661 3886 or simply come along to the 8.30am Sunday Service at St. Mark's.


 St Mark's 150th Anniversary in 2018

In March 2018, St Mark's Anglican Church of Warwick celebrated the 150th Anniversary of the laying of its dedication stone by Bishop Tufnell.  However, due to soft stone and the difficulty of establishing adequate foundations, the landmark Church is now in need of extensive repair estimated at approximately $1 million.  Can you help, all donations are gratefully received.