About us

Worship

Our worship is sacred and holy, utilising all our senses, focused on God’s Word and on the Sacrament of Jesus Christ in the Eucharist. We gather together to bring all that we are so that we are transformed into the body of Christ.

We are catholic Anglicans using A Prayer Book for Australia for our common prayer and worship; we wear vestments, use incense, sing hymns and celebrate the Seasons and Feasts of the Church. We balance the Liturgy of the Word, consisting of lectionary readings from the Old Testament, Psalm, New Testament and Gospel, with The Liturgy of the Sacrament, centring on bread and wine becoming the body and blood of Christ which we receive and then become ourselves.

Our Eucharists

Sunday Morning 7:30am Said Eucharist: A quieter and reflective service with three hymns, four readings and homily with all responses said by the congregation. Refreshments are served in Alexandra Hall.

Sunday Morning 9:30am Sung Eucharist: A musical service with four hymns, four readings and homily with some responses sung by the congregation. Refreshments are served in Alexandra Hall.

Wednesday Morning 10:00am Eucharist: A shorter service with three readings and homily.

We also visit the following homes on a regular basis for those who cannot attend the church:

  • Wearne Cottesloe: 1st Monday of the month at 11:00am
  • Mosman Park Aged Care: 2nd Monday of the month at 10:30am
  • Freshwater Aged Care: 2nd Monday of the month at 11:00am
  • Riversea Hostel: 4th Monday of the month at 11:00am

This week’s Homily

30 May 2021

Music

Our music seeks to complement our worship and praise God. We value the tradition of many well-loved hymns and also seek to find contemporary hymns expressing our faith and understanding of God with theological integrity. For our Sung Eucharist, we use the Mass of St Luke the Evangelist of Philip W. J. Stopford. Our pipe organ was built in 1893 by world-renowned builders Hill & Son in England. It was installed in 1905 by Robert Clifton, and fully restored in 2000 by F. J. Larner & Co. and Pipe Organs WA. It is one of three Hill organs brought to the state; the others are in St George’s Cathedral and St John’s Albany.