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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.

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.

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

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    A Day in the Spiritual Life of the Cathedral

    sunday, 31 july 2016 at 4pm

    Joseph Nolan and the Cathedral Consort return to Government House Ballroom's Music on the Terrace series, with a concert entitled American Beauty.

    consort3 russell barton 2012 for webThe programme features music from the American tradition including Bernstein’s West Side Story, In The Beginning by Aaron Copland, and the glittering Rio Grande for two pianos and chorus. The consort will be joined by pianists Emily Green-Armytage and Mark Coughlan. This is a concert not to be missed!

    Tickets: Available from Ticketmaster here.

    Venue: Government House Ballroom.

    For further information please visit the Government House Foundation website here.

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    A Day in the Spiritual Life of the Cathedral

    sunday, 31 july 2016 at 5pm

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    The Cathedral hosts a special Evensong celebrating the enrichment brought to our community life in WA by the vast number of volunteers who give of their time and talents in so many ways. We wish to thank all the volunteers who make such a difference to the life of the Cathedral and to other communities where they give of their time and expertise.

    The service is sung to plainsong by men of the Cathedral Choir.

    Venue: St George's Cathedral

    Further information: info@perthcathedral.org or (08) 9325 5766

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    Concerts at One

    Wednesday, 3 AUGUST 2016

    2013 concerts at oneA concert by Vocal Students from the UWA School of Music.

    The Cathedral's Concerts at One are an increasingly popular series on the Perth events calendar, ideally timed to suit shoppers, city workers, seniors, school groups and tourists on a day trip to Perth. These concerts provide an opportunity for talented students to perform in a unique environment to an appreciative audience.

    Featuring music students from Western Australian high schools, the Yoon Sen Lee Music School, the WA Academy of Performing Arts, the UWA School of Music, and the UWA Music Students' Society.

    All concerts are at 1.00pm, concluding at around 1.45pm. There is no need to book ahead.

    Entry is free, with a retiring collection taken.

    For a list of the complete programme, visit this page.

    Venue: St George's Cathedral

    Further information: info@perthcathedral.org or (08) 9325 5766

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    A Day in the Spiritual Life of the Cathedral

    sunday, 7 august 2016 at 5pm

    7aug1The Cathedral holds a special Evensong for Homelessness Prevention Week. The Reverend Mark McCracken (Church Partnerships Co-ordinator, Anglicare WA) preaches and Mr Ian Carter AM (Chief Executive Officer, Anglicare WA) attends and reads one of the lessons. Men of the Cathedral Consort sing the service to plainsong.

    About Homelessness Prevention Week

    Homelessness Prevention Week (HPW) is an annual themed week coordinated by Homelessness Australia.  It is used to raise awareness of homelessness and the surrounding issues.

    It is held in the first full week of August each year.

    The aims of HPW are:

    - recognise the individuals and groups in the community who make a contribution to preventing, and ending homelessness
    - raise community awareness and understanding of the causes and complexities of homelessness, and the effect it has
    - increase community connections for those experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness
    - increase community understanding and connections for those working with people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness

    HPW came about from various churches and missions running winter vigils to remember people who had died on the streets. These vigils were normally held in August as it is the coldest time of the year and when most people were likely to be overcome by the elements. Over the years, more churches became involved and in 2007 Homelessness Australia (then the Australian Federations of Housing Organisations AFHO)  began coordinating it as a national awareness week.

    Venue: St George's Cathedral

    Further information: info@perthcathedral.org or (08) 9325 5766