We have plenty of room and all are welcome to join us for our Nanson Street Sunday 10am service.

Please arrive at 9.50am for normal Sunday morning services . The service starts with worship at 9.55am, as we will be filming the service for those watching online.

Children’s Ministry Program is on 

On arrival, please sign your children in (and you will also need to sign them out at the end of the service).  For babies to 2 year olds, the crèche room will open.

Transitioning from Video-Livestream to new and improved Podcasts
Over the last 12 months, our livestream has served an incredible purpose of reaching both our own Westcity family and the wider community. As restrictions have eased in WA, we have assessed the effectiveness of continuing the livestream and will soon be transitioning from video-livestream to a new and improved podcast format.

Comparing analytics across the platforms showed that podcasts had a wider reach and a bigger capacity with a significantly smaller spend of resources. We will have three more weeks of Livestream Sundays and will wrap up on Sunday March 7. If you’re streaming live at home, we’d love to still host you online until then. We will communicate here about links to all the platforms that the Westcity Podcasts will be available on, over the next few weeks.

Lent 2021 

Our current sermon series theme is “Lent 2021: The Story We Are In”. You can scroll down this homepage for a full outline of what we will be covering in our Sunday sermons and mid-week resources over the coming weeks.

We are suggesting that our community goes on a Lenten journey this year, using the resource “Into the Desert”, available from this link  or preferably as a free app for iPhone and Android.

Lent 2021 started on Ash Wednesday Feb 17, so we encourage you to jump into these daily reflections, over the coming six weeks, in the lead up to Easter.


Westcity Youth – Friday Nights – Join us Feb 26

This year we will have a Friday night program running 4 times each term and led by parent teams along with Peter, one of our young adults. This is consistent with what we have done in the past and is an open welcome for anyone from Year 7 – Year 12. Older youth may in effect help with the leadership and support on the evening.

Come and join us for the first Friday Night Youth Group of the year on Friday February 26, 7pm-9pm, at Westcity Church. It will be a games night in the Church hall and supper. Come along and tell us your ideas for future activities, we want to hear from you!

Sunday Youth – Sunday March 7

All high school aged youth are invited to join Phil for some teaching and discussion at our second Sunday Youth on March 7, at 10am. Join us in the chapel for the normal Westcity Sunday service and then Youth will head out the back together, at the end of the worship/music.

This is a new initiative (run fortnightly, during school term). This morning will aim at a discussion with a member of the teaching team around how our church teaching relates and connects to the young people in our community. Again, it is open to all Year 7 – 12s with the focus on the older age group allowing the younger youth to be able to listen and learn from their older peers.



Children’s Coordinator Position
Role: 1 day per week. Leader: Phil Stevenson.
We are looking for a new team member with expertise and passion for children’s ministry. The role oversees all programming, volunteers and ‘spaces’ for children from 2 – 11 years of age. If you are interested in applying, please email


Morning Prayer: Join us on zoom, every morning from 7am – 7:30am (Monday – Friday). Each of us read the scriptures to ourselves, think about what we have read, have a few minutes of stilling ourselves before God, and maybe a few minutes blessing and praying for one another before we enter the day.

Home Church: Centered around Jesus’ teachings and presence, undergirded by friendship with one another and service to each other.
To join (or lead) a Home Church, contact Phil Stevenson via our website or email

Connect Groups: Meeting online and in person: Women, Men, Young Mums, Young Adults (20-39 Year Olds). Email to join. Details on our ‘Westcity Church’ Facebook page.

Westcity 2030’s Young Adults is a new space for all singles and couples in their 20’s and 30’s but also for the young at heart in our church community. We want to create an inclusive space for one and all to come and meet, eat and experience who God is together. Full of faith or no faith and all, everyone is welcome.

WestCity 2030’s Young Adults with special guest Nick Marvin Sunday March 7, 6.30pm at Westcity Church.  If you want to find out more, chat with Corey, Jason, Caleb or Kara or check out the WestCity Church – 2030’s group on Facebook

Mothers Group – Alternate Mondays, at the church 9.30am – 11.30am, during school term. Thank you to those who have been a part of our wonderful community, and we look forward to sharing many more morning teas in the new year. Contact Nellie if you’d like more information, or to find out how you could help out with supporting young families in our community.

Men’s Coffee Morning – Thursdays 10am at Dome Café, Rokeby Road, Subiaco. No agenda other than intentionally open relationships. It is open to any men including those unconnected with Westcity. Please note we are currently on break until the school term recommences in Feb.   Contact us for more information

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Join us on Facebook: Go to or the Facebook app – search for the ‘Westcity Church’ page. Active church members can also join our ‘Westcity Church Community’ group.



Livestream Sunday service – Join with our church community at 10.15am each Sunday with live comments or watch whenever you want during the week.
• Go to our Home page – Scroll down to find the Livestream video section and press play.
• On or the Youtube app on your phone – search for ‘Westcity Church’ and press play on the Livestream video.
• On or the Facebook app – search for the ‘Westcity Church’ page and press play on the Livestream video.

Take Out – A 3 min video describing the big idea of the Sunday message and a practical application. Our newest weekly resource aimed at giving you additional ways of go deeper in your spiritual thinking and daily walk with God. Posted on our ‘Westcity Church Community’ Facebook group, each week.

Pastoral Note
To watch the latest ‘Pastoral Note’ video go to or the Facebook app – search for the ‘Westcity Church’ page.
For a written copy of the notes visit our Home page

Current Sermon Series: Overview and aims
Visit our Home page

Podcasts of all Sunday services. We currently have this resource on-hold for updating but you can listen to each service via the weekly Livestream recordings.


Community Care Team During and post Covid-19.
Please get in touch if you or someone you know needs help, via our online contact form Contact Westcitychurch.

Westcity Work Support Group – We want to encourage and care for those who are out of work due to Covid-19. We are developing online connection points to provide support for Westcity community members struggling to find or keep work due to the current pandemic. For more information please email

Common purse – local. A support for those within the Westcity community, and their neighbours, who are in a financial crisis. We provide urgent and temporary provision of emergency aid to reduce immediate suffering from crisis. Common Purse – more information

Common purse – global. Financial and prayer support is provided to global projects that Kingdom build. Common purse – more information


Give – To support the work of Westcity church financially, you can make an  Online transfer

Volunteer with us. If you have a desire and feel called to serve, but you don’t know where or how, or maybe you don’t know what gifts you may be able to use please contact Fran de Carolis, Volunteers Chaplain.

Children’s Team – volunteers needed

We are looking for people to volunteer for three roles: storyteller, doorkeeper, and helper. The different roles might suit different personality types and allow people to take on differing levels of preparation and responsibility. If we keep the teams consistent and put them on for three weeks in a row, they can build relationship with each other and with the children.

Storyteller (lead teacher) – this person will tell children a core Bible story using the Godly Play approach. They will need to prepare and rehearse the story in advance, and learn how to deliver Godly Play (training provided). This is a role for someone who is confident with kids and comfortable speaking to the whole group. As team leader, they will also need to get to know and encourage their team, meet with them before the service and pray with them, and encourage them for their contribution.

Doorkeeper (small group discussion facilitator) – the doorkeeper welcomes children across the threshold of the Godly Play room, to listen and wonder. After the story is over, this person will sit with children who would like to explore the story further, by looking it up in the Bible, and asking and answering questions. They might wish to prepare an activity or extension questions about the story to lead older children in deeper understanding – although this is optional (they can just turn up on the day and follow the children’s’ lead).

Helper – a third set of hands is really important to help set up beforehand and clean up afterwards; to support younger children with craft activities; and simply to sit with children and get to know them as they do their “work”, responding to the story. No preparation required, but it would be great if they can commit to being at the church by 9.30am reliably. This role suits those who don’t want to lead the lesson or discussions but want to help out and get to know the children.

We are also looking for volunteers to help in the creche room (with the babies to 2 year olds).

Please consider if any of these roles are a way you can serve the community and find connection. By the way, if the three week commitment concerns you, please talk to Kathleen overseeing the Children’s Teams and let’s see if we can work together on a solution. Maybe you could go on roster as a helper once per school term (eg 4 times per year)? Maybe you and a friend could go on roster together? You can contact Kathleen on or via our website.


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For more info about baptism, please complete the Baptism registration form


Committing our children to the Lord.
For more info about having your children dedicated, please email

Whether you're young or old, Christian or non-Christian, we welcome you at our church and we have a place for you to connect, be loved and in turn learn how to love God, love people, and follow Jesus.
Check out our calendar below for options on how you might like to connect within our church community.
Got questions, want to connect or join a group?

Make contact by emailing or visit our 'Westcity Church' FaceBook page.

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As a church we want to live out the 'welcome' and 'go' of Christ. So we meet together beyond our Sunday gathering to do that. Some people meet one on one at coffee shops, others meet in their homes. Home churches are centred around Jesus' teachings and presence, undergirded by friendship with one another and service to each other.

To find out more about our Home Churches or to join a group please contact Phil Stevenson via the website or email


  • Gillian
  • Wednesdays 9.30am


  • Pete and Merci
  • Tuesdays 7.30pm


  • Heidi, Joey, Rob & Janice
  • Thursdays Fortnightly 7.15pm


  • Peter and Lou
  • Mondays 7:30pm


  • Peter, Kerry, Steve and Gillian
  • Wednesdays Fortnightly
  • 7pm-8.30pm


  • Josh and MJ
  • Mondays 7pm


  • Phil
  • Sundays 7pm


Let’s face it, every guy needs someone they can be real with.
At Westcity we are no different, so we connect at different times during the week, and talk about how we can follow Jesus in the midst of our stuff ups and our successes.

For more information on our current Men’s Groups and ways to connect please email


At Westcity we want to create space for women to take time out, to be supported in the myriad of tasks that face women each day. So we connect, discuss and encourage one another. To invite Jesus to be at the centre of it all – the centre of our small decisions and our big moments, of our careers and families, of our mess and our order.
For more information on our current Women’s Groups and ways to connect please email

Westcity’s Youth

love the Lord,

love each other and love our world.


Westcity Youth is our High School aged ministry and we are a group of young people who love the Lord, love each other and love our world. We connect, have lots of fun, make friends and grow in relationship with God and each other.
Whether you’re coming for the first time or have been at Westcity for years, we’d love for you to join us and become a part of the revolution of sharing Jesus’ love with everyone.

Stay up to date, receive encouragement and resources. Contact  us for more information

Volunteer with Us 

Vocation originally means “calling”.

Duty without heart is just a transaction. Duty from the heart fulfils our calling. And we are all called to serve.

“Whoever brings blessing will be enriched and one who waters will himself be watered.” Proverbs 11:25

When I read this verse, what strikes me is that without heart who ever brings blessing won’t be enriched, without heart one who waters wont himself be watered. It’s just an action. To genuinely serve with all you heart is when we will be enriched, and we will be watered.

My role as Vocation Chaplain is to support the healthy functioning of the volunteers and Church within Westcity. I believe we are a Church that functions with heart. If you have a desire and feel called to serve, but you don’t know where or how, or maybe you don’t know what gifts you may be able to use please come and speak to me. I would love to help you try and find your place to serve.

For more information on volunteering with us please contact Fran de Carolis, Vocation Chaplain.