Perth Unitarians believe that life has a spiritual and moral dimension, and meet to inquire into and share about such topics in the light of reason, and in an atmosphere of freedom and acceptance. If you feel interested in such things or have something to offer, come and join us on Sunday!

Meetings are usually held at 10:30 am on the 1st & 3rd Sundays of the month at Drabble House, 2 Webster Street, Nedlands.
Drabble House is just off Stirling Highway and next door to the Nedlands Library.  There is plenty of parking next to the building and it is also easily accessible by public transport.  Bus routes 98, 99, 102, 103 & 107 run along Stirling Highway and stop within 100 meters or so.  By train the best approach might be to go to Claremont and then take a bus along Stirling Highway.

The Perth congregation has a minister who can perform weddings, memorial services or funerals, and child dedications or blessings—both for members and for the general public.

Feel free to share any comments or questions that might be on your mind through our online guest book.

For the healing of the nations, Here we stand with one accord.  For a just and equal sharing of the things that earth affords.  To a life of love in action help us rise and pledge our word.

All that kills abundant living, let it from the earth be banned: Pride of status, race or schooling, dogmas that divide and damn.  In our common quest for justice may we hallow life's brief span.

Words: Fred Kaan