Cnr Hay & Colin Streets, West Perth
Sunday Service – 9.30am
Communion Service – First Sunday of the month - 9.30am
Open Doors Program
Church open weekdays from 12.00noon to 2.00pm
Ross’ Place (drop-in centre for socially-isolated people in West Perth) Saturdays 10am to 12 noon
Weddings and Baptisms by appointment
Karen Baptist Church worships at Ross Memorial
Saturday 6.00 pm- Youth Activities
Sunday 11.30 am- Sunday School
Sunday 1.00 pm- Worship in Karen
For further information: Phone (08) 6103 4222, or
Building Community in the heart of West Perth
Long Short Film - A star is born! Ross (Memorial Uniting Church) featured prominently in a recently made long short film. A professional film crew with actors, a director and script writer worked tirelessly through two nights for this section of the film.
The project is the work of a Christian Hons. Media Studies student at Murdoch University, and will be released towards the end of this year. As winner of the Chanel 7 News Prize 2009, one whose name appeared on the Vice Chancellor’s List for 2009 and graduated Dux of Murdoch Screen and Sound in 2009, it was a pleasure to work with such a professional young woman and to be able to offer Ross to fill the role of ‘St Mary’s Church’. We’ll keep you posted.
Sustainable September - 2012 . Wednesday Forums 5.30 for 6pm.
5th September: “Carbon Tax – The Facts” with Kylie Turner, Conservation Council. No political argy-bargy, simply the facts, allowing people to make up their own minds.
12th September: “Aboriginal Landscapes” with A/Prof Len Collard, Curtin University. Who better than a Nyungar person researching place names of his people to inform and understand the environment and culture of his people, an invaluable contribution to conserving and protecting Nyungar heritage.
19th September: “Hybrid & Electric Vehicles” with Prof Ray Willis, Sustainable Energy Association. Learn about a more sophisticated energy use and generation, plugging into smart grids with smart homes , smart cars, liveable towns and cities driving a more sustainable economy.
26th September: “Saving the Black Rhino” with A/Prof Helen Fairnie-Jones, Save Foundation. Helen, highly qualified veterinarian, who, with other vets and scientists, visits Kenya twice annually to participate in rhino tagging and dehorning as well as lion sterilisations.
Other activities in forecourt commencing 11am; some Sunday services at 10am have sustainability theme.
Thinking of getting married?
Ross Memorial is a popular venue for weddings. Drop in between 12 and 2 during the week to have a look. To make a booking contact Gail Christie on 6103 4222.
Children always welcome!
Apart from our regular Children's service, children are always welcome at Ross Memorial. Children’s Corner in church offers children’s activities each Sunday.