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It is a pleasure to introduce you to Perth Fortress—a Salvo church in Northbridge.
We all have an unexplored journey ahead of us. Perhaps exploring faith and spirituality is part of that journey for you; or maybe it’s about finding community, a place where you can belong. We are a vibrant, growing community of faith that embraces and caters for all generations. We desire to grow in our intimacy with Christ and be encouragers of others to join us. If you are finding it tough on your own, we want to come alongside you and help. This is a place and a community where you can belong and make a difference. We hope you'll join us.
Feel like a cuppa? Come along to Coffee Booth, a funky inner city cafe that faces William Street in Northbridge. Providing great coffee, this cafe doubles as a barista training facility and is staffed by volunteers that help to provide community and social interaction for customers and program participants alike.
Monday to Friday 9am–2pm,
Messy Church is for people of all ages - families, adults and children to enjoy together, using hands-on, sometimes messy activities, games and music to explore the Bible.
It is held on the last Sunday of every month - ALL WELCOME!
Next one: Sunday 31st March, 4.30 pm
Be inspired afresh in prayer and learn how to intercede for others.
A FREE event
Friday 15th March, 7 pm to 9.30 pm and Saturday 16th March, 9am to 4 pm
Registrations and enquiries to Patricia Kerwin - firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Sunday we get together to worship our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. You are invited to come along and discover Him for yourself. Our worship is a celebration of praise, music, testimony and relevant bible based messages which focuses on a style of worship that caters to all generations. While you are with us why don't you stay for a cuppa so we can get to know you!
Family Worship Service Sunday 10 am
The Salvation Army is a Christian movement dedicated to sharing the love of Jesus by:
Creating community and helping people grow in intimacy with Christ is part of the process of transforming lives. As leaders of this community we recognise without such a vision we lose the significance of our existence as a Church. Our continual desire is that we will make a difference in the lives of women, men and children who are seeking relevance, meaning and guidance in their lives and in the world in which they live. We value inclusiveness, the priesthood of all believers, the power of prayer and Christianity with its sleeves rolled up