COVID 19 Information
From 27th June, the WA Government's Phase 4 takes effect, with the 100 person limit lifted for most venues, but the 2m2 rule and 1.5m distancing still applying. St Georges Church only has a max legal capacity of 24 with current social distancing.
Welcome to Applecross Anglican Church
The Parish of Applecross includes the worshipping communities at St George’s, Applecross and St David’s, Ardross. We are united in the Parish of Applecross as part of the Perth Diocese and the worldwide Anglican Communion. We seek to be a church community where every member is nurtured and encouraged to develop her or his Ministry. We travel the Way together always towards life with Radical Hospitality; Passionate Worship: Intentional Faith Development: Risk Taking Mission & Service; and Extravagant Generosity.
In all ways we strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and sustain and renew the life of the earth.
SERVICES - ST GEORGES
80 Kintail Road Applecross
Max 24 people
(current allowed capacity)
Resuming 21 July (School Term 3)
St David's Hall - corner Simpson & Bombard St Ardross.
Weekly (Tuesdays) 9:30am to 11:30am
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Contact the Parish
We currently have a Vacancy for a Rector
We will recommence from the Sunday of our Annual meeting, 19 July. People are requested to bring a plate of finger food -sweet or savoury. For future weeks, both churches can offer morning tea with the understanding ahigh degree of food handling safety and hygiene needs to be maintained
- Parish Centre - church hall or small seminar room
- St Georges Church.
Bookings are open, in line with current COVID restrictions
Sermons - Print & Audio Recording
Sermon - This Week
Sermon for Trinity V 5 July 2020
Note: you can view the PDF or webpage copy of the printed sermon. The webpage version will be better assist with screen-reading software. (see the icon, at bottom right for accessibilty options)
Spiegel im Spiegel
This Sunday at St David’s we welcome a student of our David Hicks, Amon Ross, who is a Year 8 Prendivillian student. They will be playing Spiegel im Spiegel – this translates to 'mirror in the mirror', or more literally to 'reflection in reflection'... referring to a state of infinity.
The composer, Arvo Pärt, offers a simple arpeggio on the piano combined with a slow-moving melody line from the cello. The simplicity and stillness evokes the divine.
Below is a sample recording of the piece that will be played.