Liturgical Re-enchantment

The story goes that since the Enlightenment and the rise of natural science, we have entered an age of disenchantment. Rationality has rid the world of demons and ghosts, not to mention cherubim and seraphim. Whereas in premodern times we could believe that an actual...

Changing Pandemic Conditions

The health and safety of our staff, worshippers and visitors to the Cathedral has always been a high priority during the COVID-19 pandemic. With current mandates and protocols, singing at services by the Cathedral Choir, Cathedral Consort and Sonus Angelorum has been...

Requiem Eucharist for Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu

Archbishop Desmond Tutu was a giant in the faith of Jesus Christ, a lightning rod for the power of God’s love of all people to be known in the world. Anglicans in the Diocese of Perth join with people from Southern Africa and all around the world who mourn his death...

A Ceremony of Carols – ABC Broadcast

The St George’s Cathedral Concert Series A Ceremony of Carols concert was recorded by the ABC. It will be broadcast tonight (23rd December) on ABC Classic, Evenings with Damien Beaumont. You can listen online at 5pm, or to the radio broadcast at 8pm (AWST). The...

Appointment of Precentor

The Dean and Chapter of St George’s Cathedral are pleased to announce that the Archbishop of Perth, the Most Reverend Kay Goldsworthy AO, has approved the appointment of the Reverend Steven Hilton, Cathedral Curate at Manchester Cathedral, United Kingdom, to be the...

A Christmas message from Andrew Ford

We are very excited to be premiering a new work by Andrew Ford at our Festival of Lessons and Carols services. He has composed a beautiful carol, a lullaby based on a 15th century text, that will be sung by the St Georges Cathedral choir. Here is a video message from...