About the Church
In the Community
Through our agencies we provide schools to communities,
and care and support to people in need.
The Anglican Church in Western Australia continues to be a strong and visible presence in the community, and has been for over 150 years.
Ngaala kaaditj Noongar moort keyen kaadak nidjar boodjar.
We acknowledge Noongar people as the original custodians of this land.
We pray that our imprint on this earth may bear the marks of reverence for this fragile planet and for each other as we journey together on the path towards reconciliation.
Our vision for the Anglican Diocese of Perth is that we would be a beacon of God’s love in our communities - loving one another as we seek first the Kingdom of God.
Through a range of caring and community-focused organisations, as well as Op Shops and community cafes, the Anglican Diocese of Perth seeks to engage with the disadvantaged, and to provide care for the vulnerable in our society. We also provide schools and training and ongoing support of the Arts.
We encourage ministry and generate resources so that we may walk together, with our First Nations people and multicultural communities, with God and the wider church.
Dedicated aged care facilities operated by Amana Living and Meath Care provide a range of aged care services throughout the metropolitan area to the elderly.
Anglicare WA, the Diocese of Perth's largest welfare agency, works with people, families and their communities to cope with the challenges of life, not limited to family and domestic violence, parenting and family services, sexual abuse support services and disability services.
St Bartholomew’s House provides community based support, accommodation services and assistance to the homeless.
Parkerville Children and Youth Care protects and cares for the most vulnerable children and youth in our community.
Swan Valley Adventure Centre is rapidly becoming one of the most popular destinations for schools, church, sporting groups or family gatherings seeking an affordable and fun environment in the Perth metropolitan area. With six accommodation houses, the Centre can cater for groups of between 20 and 240 people.
For over 50 years the Anglican Community Fund has provided members of the Anglican community with financial services, attractive returns on their investments and loan facilities with competitive interest rates and an understanding credit policy.