What We Believe

If you’re looking for a church to call ‘home’ we hope you’ll find a place with us at Saint Andrew’s. We are located in Barker Rd, Subiaco, near Perth, Western Australia.

We’re a diverse collection of people. Some of us have been worshipping here for many years and some of us are newcomers; some of us are life-long Anglicans and some of us come from other traditions; some of us live right here in Subiaco and some of us live as far away as Guildford, Stirling, Dianella or Wanneroo, even Pinjarra in the south.

The foundation stone of our church was laid in 1906 and Saint Andrew’s is very much part of the social fabric of Subiaco. The doors are open through the day, seven days a week and all through the year. Candles burning in the candle bowls and entries in our visitor’s book show that, for many folk, this is a quiet and welcoming place for prayer or meditation.

Since the introduction of the new organ there have been organ scholars coming to St Andrew's and you may hear some lovely music being practised.  If you’re worshipping with us you’ll find an outline of the service on the service sheet handed to you at the door.

Inclusive Church Statement:

“We affirm the Church’s mission, in obedience to Holy Scripture, is to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ in every generation. We acknowledge that this is Good News for people regardless of their gender, race or sexual orientation. We believe that, in order to strengthen the Gospel’s proclamation of justice to the world, and for the greater glory of God, the Church’s own common life must be justly ordered. To that end, we call on our Church to live out the promise of the Gospel; to celebrate the diverse gifts of all the members of the Body of Christ; and in the ordering of our common life to open the ministries of deacon, priest and bishop to those so called to serve by God, regardless of their sex, race or sexual orientation.”