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Welcome to
St George's Cathedral

A place for people to gather in worship and prayer - sometimes with spoken words, sometimes in silence, and sometimes enveloped in sacred music. Our doors are open to everyone of any faith or none.

DETAILS OF OUR LENT AND EASTER SERVICES CAN BE FOUND HERE.

If you would like to subscribe to the Cathedral E-newsletter, please click here.

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Click the button below to take a virtual tour inside the Cathedral.

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Welcome to
St George's Cathedral

A place for people to gather in worship and prayer - sometimes with spoken words, sometimes in silence, and sometimes enveloped in sacred music. Our doors are open to everyone of any faith or none.

DETAILS OF OUR LENT AND EASTER SERVICES CAN BE FOUND HERE.

If you would like to subscribe to the Cathedral E-newsletter, please click here.

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Upcoming Events

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    Meals with Jesus

    sunday 5 march to monday 10 april

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    Meals with Jesus: A Feast for the Fast

    SUNDAYS IN LENT AT 11.45AM & MONDAYS IN LENT AT 5.30PM (PLEASE NOTE: NO SESSION ON MONDAY 6 MARCH PUBLIC HOLIDAY)

    Every Sunday morning and Monday evening during Lent, we shall be holding a series of Lent courses following Jesus, disciples, tax collectors and prostitutes as they share meals together across the pages of the gospels. Taking these mealtime tales as a springboard, we explore the politics and social conventions behind these simple repasts, and the spiritual nourishment we need for our journey of faith.

    The course is written and led by the Reverend Gareth Hughes and Dr Bill Leadbetter (Mondays), and the Reverend Rae Reinertsen (Sundays), and each is under an hour in duration. Please email the Reverend Gareth Hughes at info@perthcathedral.org for more information.

    Venue: The Friends' Library, Burt Memorial Hall

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    Mission as Listening

    Monday, 27 March 2017 - 5.30-7.00pm

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    “The WORD dwelt among us….full of grace and truth” (John Ch. 1)

    “Listen” (first word of the Rule of St Benedict)

    “Whoever has ears, let them hear” (Matthew 11:15)

    Pope Francis has titled his address for the 50th World Day of Peace, “Nonviolence: a Style of Politics for Peace”. At the heart of nonviolence is listening. Can we imagine a church which has a reputation for being the most compassionate, most engaged listeners in the community and which embodies the practice of peace in all aspects of life, in families, communities and workplaces?

    You are invited to a free workshop/conversation to explore how churches can equip themselves for listening as a way of practical peacemaking ministry, nonviolence and reconciliation. The workshop will provide some simple resources which can be used immediately, including freely available on-line materials, as well as some creative dreaming about how to engage local communities using processes like Open Space Technology, Listening Cafes and Listening Circles.

    Venue: Burt Memorial Hall, St George's Cathedral

    Donation to cover costs: $10 ($5 unwaged)

    RSVP: Michael Wood spacemaker62@gmail.com 

    Sponsored by Michael Wood (Coach/Facilitator and Anglican Chaplain to the University of Western Australia) and Brendan McKeague (Peace Practitioner and co-founder of ‘The Conflict Company’ and ‘Nonviolent Interfaith Leadership Program). 

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    Meals with Jesus

    sunday 5 march to monday 10 april

    exterior russell barton

    Meals with Jesus: A Feast for the Fast

    SUNDAYS IN LENT AT 11.45AM & MONDAYS IN LENT AT 5.30PM (PLEASE NOTE: NO SESSION ON MONDAY 6 MARCH PUBLIC HOLIDAY)

    Every Sunday morning and Monday evening during Lent, we shall be holding a series of Lent courses following Jesus, disciples, tax collectors and prostitutes as they share meals together across the pages of the gospels. Taking these mealtime tales as a springboard, we explore the politics and social conventions behind these simple repasts, and the spiritual nourishment we need for our journey of faith.

    The course is written and led by the Reverend Gareth Hughes and Dr Bill Leadbetter (Mondays), and the Reverend Rae Reinertsen (Sundays), and each is under an hour in duration. Please email the Reverend Gareth Hughes at info@perthcathedral.org for more information.

    Venue: The Friends' Library, Burt Memorial Hall

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    Meals with Jesus

    sunday 5 march to monday 10 april

    exterior russell barton

    Meals with Jesus: A Feast for the Fast

    SUNDAYS IN LENT AT 11.45AM & MONDAYS IN LENT AT 5.30PM (PLEASE NOTE: NO SESSION ON MONDAY 6 MARCH PUBLIC HOLIDAY)

    Every Sunday morning and Monday evening during Lent, we shall be holding a series of Lent courses following Jesus, disciples, tax collectors and prostitutes as they share meals together across the pages of the gospels. Taking these mealtime tales as a springboard, we explore the politics and social conventions behind these simple repasts, and the spiritual nourishment we need for our journey of faith.

    The course is written and led by the Reverend Gareth Hughes and Dr Bill Leadbetter (Mondays), and the Reverend Rae Reinertsen (Sundays), and each is under an hour in duration. Please email the Reverend Gareth Hughes at info@perthcathedral.org for more information.

    Venue: The Friends' Library, Burt Memorial Hall