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Church of the Resurrection
Anglican Parish of Swanbourne–Mt Claremont

Bringing humanity to life

Be a part of our inclusive community where everyone is welcomed, embraced and challenged.

The Pelican Community and Function Centre aims to provide an affordable venue for diverse community groups. It is suitable for a range of activities, including classes, dinners, and parties.

It was the early Church that said: “The Glory of God is the human person fully alive.” We are a community working towards a fully flourishing humanity, alive to beauty, dignity and love.

The Church of the Resurrection is centrally located in Perth’s western suburbs. We offer a friendly, welcoming, and dignified church wedding ceremony in a unique, inspiring location.

Service times

Sunday Eucharists Sung Eucharist every Sunday morning at 9:00 am, except for the fourth Sunday of every month, when there is a said Eucharist with sermon at 9:00am . Sunday evenings at 5:00pm - Healing Eucharist on the first Sunday of the month, Family Eucharist on the second Sunday of the month, Choral Eucharist on the 4th Sunday of the month. Usually followed by refreshments in the Pelican Centre.

Choral Mass featuring special music sung by the Mapstone Scholars on the fourth Sunday of each month at 5:00 pm, followed by food and wine.

Midweek Eucharist All are welcome to join our celebration of the Eucharist at 9:00am on Wednesday mornings and on certain holy days.

Morning and evening prayers are said at 9:00am and 5:00pm, Tuesday to Friday. On holy days, Morning Prayer may be replaced by a said Eucharist. Evening Prayer is also said at 5:00pm on the third and fifth Sundays of the month.

Upcoming events

A guide to what's on at the church and Pelican Centre.

2017 Concert Series - Organ Extravaganza!

Saturday 25 February, 7:30 pm
Please join us as Perth's finest organists, our Mapstone Scholars and the Church of the Resurrection Junior Choir showcase our new organ. Works by Finzi, Bainton, Bairstow, Gardiner and Vaughn-Williams. Tickets $30 Adult and $20 Concession. Please book throughTryBooking or sign up in the Narthex. Light refreshments to be served during the evening.

The Difficulty of Doing Good - with Hon Fred Chaney AO

Friday 3 March, 7:30 pm
Speaking on the ‘The Difficulty of Doing Good’, the Hon. Fred Chaney AO will speak on his extensive experience in public policy, both in national politics and as a significant member of the National Native Title Tribunal. As a student, lawyer, politician, government minister, public servant and private citizen, Fred Chaney retains an active interest in social policy and in Aboriginal affairs in particular. He believes there are genuine dilemmas in social policy and that finding right decisions by governments is harder than it looks to active citizens. Light refreshments available on the night. Tickets $30 Adult & $25 Concession. Bookings through TryBooking or sign up in the Narthex.

Chimera Ensemble - Music for Cello & Piano

Sunday 5 March, 2:00 pm
Featuring Melinda Forsythe on Cello and Tommaso Pollio on piano. Enjoy works by Shostakovich, Beethoven and Piazzolla in the stunning acoustic of the Church of the Resurrection. Sunday March 5th 2017, 2pm. Afternoon tea included. Tickets $15-$30 www.trybooking.com/OUDM Contact 0438 898 822 for more details.