Christ's Church
Anglican Parish of Mandurah

Christ's Church - About Us
A little history
Christ’s Church Anglican Church has been part of Mandurah’s history since 1829. A wander through our gardens and past the gravestones reveals much of the local history of Mandurah. Many of the district's early settlers are buried in the churchyard, including Thomas Peel the district's first settler. After an earlier church was destroyed by fire in 1870, the current church was built in 1871, and later extended in 1994.

We are ideally situated right in the centre of Mandurah to serve all of the Mandurah community. There are five public acts of worship a week and all are welcome to join us on either a Wednesday at 7:30am, a Friday at 10am, or on a Sunday at 7:00am, 8:15am and 10am. We have a very active Sunday School which meets simultaneously to the 10.00 am contemporary Sunday Service.

Vision
The Parish’s vision reads, “We are an Anglican Parish in the Diocese of Bunbury. Our vision is to be a church family that is a ministering community on a mission to proclaim the good news of our Lord Jesus Christ. This involves all growing into the likeness of Christ and every member owning the ministry of Christ. We praise God and give thanks for our salvation in Christ, in both traditional and contemporary worship styles. All are welcome to join us.”

These five core goals form our mission and purpose:
1. Being a Church family
2. Being a ministering community on a mission to proclaim the good news of our Lord Jesus Christ
3. Growing into the likeness of Christ
4. Empowering every member to own the ministry of Christ
5. Praising God and giving thanks for our salvation in Christ, in both traditional and contemporary worship styles.




Parish Priest

The Rev'd Martin Louw is our Parish Priest. Martin's wife is Sandra. They have come from South Africa. Fr. Martin's service of recognition as Parish Priest was held on 1st April 2016