Bible Study Groups
Our bible study take place in the homes of our members. These are small groups that get together throughout the year to explore the Bible. If you are interested to join a group, please contact the church office at (08) 9257 1154.
Messy Church’ is an all-age fresh expression of church that offers the opportunity for families to come together to enjoy company, be creative, to eat and to celebrate God.
We meet on the third Sunday of every month from 4.30 pm to 6.30 pm.
It aims to help people of all ages feel they belong in the church family and to each other. It is a time for people to have fun and be together and introduce Jesus through hospitality, friendship, storytelling and worship.
If you like singing, this church choir could be just what you are looking for!
The choir supports the 10.00am Church Service on the first Sunday of each month, as well as special services such as Easter and Christmas.
Practise is held on a Thursday night at 7.00pm in the Church.
Both well known and new songs/hymns make up the menu.
For further information, contact Wilma on (08) 9291 6682.
Ladies Evening Fellowship
The Ladies Evening Fellowship meets on the third Wednesday of each month – February to November, 7.00pm at our church hall. New members are always welcome!
We have guest speakers, some outings, cooking demonstrations, craft evenings.
Please call Fran Blyth on (08) 9293 1436 for more information.
Junior Church Sunday service are at the 10.00am, every Sunday. Expect lots of learning, playing, craft activities and singing in the most fun manner!
The children are divided into two groups:
Pre to Upper Primary : Contact Jennifer du Boulay on (08) 9293 4736
Phone: (08) 9260 9800
Postal Address: GPO Box M952, Perth WA 6843
Physical Address: 85-89 Edward St, Perth
The Uniting Church Western Australia acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands and waters on which we live and work. The Uniting Church Centre sits on the lands of the Wadjuk Nyungar people and we pay our respect to their Elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge the Nyungar people as the sovereign First Peoples of this place.