Christmas Midnight commences 11.30pm Christmas Eve, Christmas Day 9.00am
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St Paul's Anglican Church

If you live in the northern suburbs of Perth, and are looking for a church which is ...

  • Inclusive (we come from every continent)
  • follows traditional Anglican worship
  • welcoming to all
  • with music led from a stunning modern pipe organ

St Paul's may be for you.  Why not come along and visit us? Services on Sundays:  8.00am and 9.30am with an 11.30am service in the Dinka language. (Note Christmas Day, 2016 is a Sunday and there is no 8.00am service, and an earlier family service at 9.00am)

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Christmas Service Times

Christmas Service times

Welcome to St Paul's. Next Sunday, Advent 4, services will be at 8.00am Eucharist, 9.30am Sung Eucharist, 11.30am Sudanese Dinka Service.

Christmas Services are Midnight Mass, commencing at 11.30pm Christmas Eve, 24 December

Christmas Family Service, commencing 9.00am Christmas Day

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Youth and Family Service

Backpacker service

Visiting St Paul's

The Song Company

We will be having some special visitors at St Paul's for Evensong on 24 May.  There is to be a visit by the highly renowned Song Company who will be joining our Chapel Choir to sing the Evensong.Do make every effort to come along to be part of this very special Evensong.Details: 

  • At St Paul's Anglican Church, in the ground of John Septimus Anglican Community School (see contact page for map for location)
  • On Tuesday May 24
  • Commencing at 5.00pm

Parking is available in the carpark behind the school.

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Holy Week and Easter

Diary for Holy Week

Holy Week and Easter is the centre of our worship as Christians, as we remember how though the crowd welcomed Jesus into Jerusalem just a week before his death, they were soon to be manipulated by powers set to destroy the one who taught of love and showed a new way to live.

Come along to St Paul's this week and join in any or all or the special services.  We follow the special liturgies prepared for Holy Week by the General Synod of the Anglican Church of Australia.

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Funeral for Kuol Akut

Kuol Akut

We all join in our thoughts and prayers for the Akut family as they grieve the tragic death of their son, Kuol Akut.The funeral for Kuol , whose family are members of St Paul's Dinka Congregation, will be held this coming Saturday, 12 March, commencing at 9.45 a.m. at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Malaga.

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Fourth Sunday of Lent - Mothering Sunday

Mothering Day Cake

What is Mothering Sunday?  Its origins long predate Mother's Day in May. Traditionally, it was a day when children, mainly daughters, who had gone to work as domestic servants were given a day off to visit their mother and family.

In our secular society, we also celebrate Mother’s Day is the second Sunday in May. It was so proclaimed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1914 as the result of a campaign by Anna Jarvis (1864-1948), whose own mother had died on May 9.

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Welcoming back St Paul's Choir

St Pauls Choir

We are looking forward to welcoming back St Paul's Chapel Choir on Sunday.  This Sunday the MAG (mixed age group) Choir of young people will be with us.  These young people are in years 4, 5 and 6 at John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School.  They study and sing together.  As well as being with us at St Paul's on the first three Sundays of each month in term time, they also visit other parishes and offer their beautiful music on the fourth Sunday of each month.We are blessed to have these beautiful young musicans, under their Musical Director, Jamil Osman, and with School Organist, Jonat

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Welcome

Welcome to the website of St Paul's Anglican Parish of Balga Mirrabooka.  We are part of the Anglican Diocese of Perth.  The Anglican Communion is the third largest gathering of Christians, and is a unique blend of protestant and catholic traditions.

At St Paul's we celebrate this diversity welcoming Christians from many nations, along with local Perth people.  Although we come from many countries and traditions we all call St Paul's home, and are delighted to welcome both visitors and those who are looking for a spiritual home.

The Anglican Church has a policy of open hospitality for all - all who receive holy communion in their own denominations, are welcome to receive communion with us, and all, whether wishing to receive communion or not, are welcome to come up for a blessing. 

Our worship is centred on A Prayer Book for Australia, and the 8.00am and 9.30am services are follow the Second Order of the Eucharish.  Morning Tea, after the services, provides an opportunity to get to know others in the congregation.

The 9.30am is a sung Eucharist.  As you can read about on the Music Page, we have a rich and developing tradition of music, with the music led by the stunning von Beckeroth Pipe Organ which John Septimus Roe Anglican Community School put into the Church several years ago, and during term time, the beautiful St Paul's Chapel Choir.

Our hymns are normally taken from the Together in Song hymn book, and the choir enriches the music with varying settings of the Eucharist.

As well as our two English speaking services, each Sunday there is a service at 11.30am for the Sudanese Dinka people.

 

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