Seven years after the final mass took place there, Minyip's Uniting Church is going under the hammer.
The Main Street site will be auctioned at 11am on Friday July 19, after going on the market on Wednesday.
Elders Warracknabeal's Nick McIntyre said the building still had water and sewerage connected, and two toilets.
"It's basically a blank canvas in need of a full-scale refurbishment," he said.
"There is always a lot of interest in these types of property, often from out-of-towners who want a bit of a project. We always get a lot of lookers but usually only one buyer.
"The new purchasers won't have any restrictions on what they do the the building, as it doesn't have an historical overlay."
Mr McIntyre said Minyip's historical society had been using the site as an op shop space until the end of last year, following the final service in 2012.
"They've moved the op shop further up Main Street," he said. "The church has a number of properties across Victoria they are looking to sell and this is one. The congregations have just dwindled in numbers, which is common among country towns."
Domain reports five homes have been sold in Minyip in the past 12 months, most for between $120,000 and $150,000.
The church was built in 1925 and began life as St Andrews Presbyterian Church, before taking on the uniting church name in 1984.
Australia's Uniting Church was formed in 1977, combining the Presbyterian, Congregationalist and Methodist denominations. It is the third largest Christian denomination in the country.
St John's Lutheran Church and St Patrick's Church remain as places of worship in Minyip.
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