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Parish of Kingsley North-Woodvale

St Anselm’s is a vibrant and welcoming parish reaching out to the community and offering a place of belonging where all can know Christ and respond to the living Gospel. We are a lively parish of Anglo-Catholic tradition in the northern suburbs of Perth.

During COVID-19 Phase 3 restrictions, our services are at 9am Fridays, 8am and 10am Sundays. Visitors are welcome, but places are limited due to spacing restrictions so if visitors are able let us know in advance (via enquiry form) which services they are attending that would be greatly appreciated.

St Anselm's is a parish with profound capacity for welcoming people of all ages and backgrounds, where each person is valued as a precious child of God and someone to be respected and loved. We place great emphasis on our life together, and take each aspect of it seriously.

Worship is at the heart of our community. Centred around the sacraments of the Church, our liturgy, theology and practice is of a 'progressive-Catholic' persuasion. We encourage openness and rigorous engagement with the Scriptures and contemporary biblical scholarship as we seek to understand its truth in our lives today.

We play hard too! The opportunities for fellowship with one another are many and varied, and certainly a big part of our life together! We care for our people and members of our local community with compassion and respect. We engage actively in local, national and international mission initiatives, and we strive to provide spiritual education opportunities for people at all stages of their faith journey.

Our doors are open to everyone of any faith or none.

Reading and Reflection
by Mandy Herriman
Deacon of Kingsley - North Woodvale

Reading and Reflection
by Mandy Herriman
Deacon of Kingsley - North Woodvale

News from the Parish of Kingsley North-Woodvale

Mission: Kingsley and COVID - A Little Glimpse into Life at St Anselm's

We have seen in the imposed restrictions an opportunity for growth and for exploring new ways of gathering and have given ourselves permission to be open to new possibilities.

Mission: Kingsley and COVID - A Little Glimpse into Life at St Anselm's

Palm Sunday

In their compelling book, The Last Week: What the Gospels Really Teach About Jesus' Last Days in Jerusalem, Borg and Crossan describe two processions entering Jerusalem on that first Palm Sunday.

Palm Sunday

What’s On

Priest: The Reverend Gill Rookyard

Week beginning 3rd Aug 2020

   
Monday
   
Tuesday
   
Wednesday
 Today 
Thursday
   
Friday

Service

9am

   
Saturday
   
Sunday

Service

8am

live-stream

10am


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