Visit Us

Every Sunday 9:30am

at 423 Beaufort St, Highgate

Where to find us

423 Beaufort St, Highgate

We’re on the corner of St Alban’s Ave & Beaufort St, about 2kms north of the centre of the Perth CBD.

Parking

There are three main options for parking:

  • The church car park, accessed from St Alban’s Avenue. This is quite limited.
  • The car park directly opposite St Alban’s on the other side of Beaufort St, accessed by a lane just to the right of Toro Black. Sundays only.
  • Street parking on nearby streets.

Public Transport

Buses to or from Morley & Mirrabooka (21, 22, 67, 68, 950) stop directly outside the church on Beaufort St.

Kids

St Alban’s Kids

During school term, kids from Pre-primary to Year 6 (or from 3 years old with a parent) can go with teachers and helpers out to St Alban’s Kids in the hall. They’ll learn from the Bible in ways that kids can relate to—often going through the same part of the Bible that the adults are hearing about in the service.

During school holidays the kids join the adults for the full service. We have worksheets for each Sunday that help the kids engage with the Bible passage we’re looking at in the service.

Younger kids in the service

Our kids under 3 stay with us in the service. They can stay with you where you’re sitting, or you can come with them down the back of the church where there’s a small play area with some toys and books. You’ll find other parents and kids hanging around here!

Mums and Bubs

We have a room where mums and babies can go if you would like some privacy when feeding your little one. You’re also welcome to feed in the service whenever you need.

It’s just next to the church in the administration building. You can live stream the service directly on your device.

What to expect

How long does the service run for?

Our services are usually from 75–90 minutes long.

What happens in the service?

We’ll sing songs about what God has done for us, we’ll read the Bible, someone will preach, and we’ll pray together. Twice a month we share Communion, where we eat bread and wine to remember Jesus’ death.

If you would like someone to pray for you, there will be people available to pray with you after the service.

What should I wear?

Be comfortable and come as you are. Some people dress up, but most wear casual clothes. We care about you, not about what you’re wearing.

Will I be welcome?

Yes! None of us at St Alban’s are perfect. No matter what’s going on in your life, you’re welcome to come. We hope to see you soon!

Eating together

Come and grab a coffee and some food after the service.

Once a month we have a community lunch either on-site, nearby, or at someone’s house. Feel free to come along and join us. You don’t need to bring anything!

People you might see up the front

Marc Dale

Senior Minister

Sam Rae

Assistant Minister