Ngaala kaaditj Noongar moort keyen kaadak nidja boodja.
We acknowledge the Noongar People as the original custodians of this land.
At St Michael’s we seek to be a place where faith and life connect in a meaningful way.
We welcome fellow-Anglicans of all traditions, Christians of all Churches, and people of other faiths or no faith.
We support the equal role of women and men in the ministry of the Church.
Here we hope that you will find a vibrant faith community which:
- Draws on the richness of traditional liturgies as well as developing fresh approaches to worship and parish life.
- Prizes biblical preaching, order, sound liturgy (traditional and contemporary), the riches of church music and the “BEAUTY OF HOLINESS” in worship.
- Seeks to be compassionate, tolerant and non-judgmental; we are an inclusive parish where members believe that all people are important to God.
- Believes that mission and social justice are important.
- Continually explores ways to responsibly manage and improve our environment.Follow the links in the main menu above and the menu on the right to find out more about the community of faith that is St Michael’s.
If you would like know more about the history of St. Michael and All Angel’s a book has been published by Dr Hilda June Caunt and copies are available from the church.
The City of Cockburn have an interesting article about the history of our building on their Cockburn History website.