The Pilgrimage for Unity will be launched at Elizabeth Quay by the Deputy Lord Mayor of the City of Perth and the Heads of Churches.

The week will continue with events at all the city churches. You could choose to attend everything, or just a few. There are many interesting things to choose from, such as the Bell Ringing rehearsal at St George’s Cathedral, a guided tour of St Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church, a talk and tour of the Baptist Church or Mass, a tour and a talk at St Mary’s Cathedral.

The Council of Churches of Western Australia Inc. will be offering you the chance to register for this event, receive a passport which will be stamped as you attend the different churches and provide you information about your fellow Christians.

Where

Barrack Street Jetty

Elizabeth Quay, Barrack Street and Riverside Drive, Perth, WA, 6000

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