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Braemar Presbyterian Care Braemar Presbyterian Care logo

A community ministry of the Presbyterian Church of Western Australia, Braemar operates four aged facilities including high-care, low-care, independent living, and respite care. Known for their work in dementia care, Braemar has been serving the Fremantle area since 1952. Click to visit the Braemar website.

Presbyterian Womens' Association

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We are women in the Presbyterian Church wanting to support and encourage each other as we walk with Christ. The PWA encourages women in each local congregation to be active in reaching out to other women and helping them grow in Christ in ways that suit their gifts and talents. Presbyterian women in WA join together to run Spiritual Renewal and Training Days. We also send representatives to the PWA Federal conference once every three years for an opportunity to network with women, both nationally and internationally.

For more information about the PWA, contact:



Mrs Julie White       
08 9275 0735
11 Clandon Way
Morley     WA  6062  
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Mrs Joy Parnell        
08 9339 1118
1/1 Solomon Street
Palmyra     WA  6157  
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Presbyterian School of Theology

Established in 2008, the Presbyterian School of Theology is a ministry of the Presbyterian Church in WA. We offer:

  • Inexpensive courses on the Bible, Christian Belief and Practical Theology for anyone wanting to grow in their understanding of the Christian faith. All people are welcome
  • Teaching in harmony with the Bible and the Westminster Confession of Faith
  • Courses in line with the Australian College of Theology, Certificate in Theology (formerly known as the ThA)
  • Talks, workshops and seminars on topics of interest

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Trinity Theological College, Perth

Trinity Theological College is an evangelical, reformed and non-denominational ministry training centre whose mission is to prepare men and women for effective Christian service for the glory of God. Click to visit the Trinity Theological College, Perth website.

Wycliffe Australia - Bible Translation 

Wycliffe Bible Translators logoWycliffe Australia is part of Wycliffe International, a non-profit organisation dedicated to translating the Bible into every language in the world. The goal of Wycliffe is to bring good news to everyone in their mother tongue. For more information about Wycliffe Australia and how you can become involved in this important ministry, visit the Wycliffe Australia website.

Victorian Theological College, Melbourne

Victorian Theological College is a Presbyterian church-based college with a very firm reformed and Protestant position. For more information, click to visit the Victorian Theological College website.

PTC Media, Melbourne

PTC Media is a ministry of the Victorian Tehological College to serve the wider Christian community.  It provides quality media resources for students, ministers and all Christian people in a variety of formats. For more information, visit the PTC Media page at the Victorian Theological College website.

Presbyterian Inland MissionPresbyterian Inland Mission

The PIM is involved in a growing range of caring/Philanthropic/community assistance activities – including the provision of relief to assist with the impact of drought, isolation, suffering and medical emergencies. These ministries and activities are offered freely to all and any of the people of the great Outback and Inland of the Commonwealth of Australia, in the name of Jesus Christ the Lord. For more information, visit the PIM website.

Australian Presbyterian World Mission

Australian Presbyterian World MissionlogoThe Australian Presbyterian World Mission exists to glorify God by facilitating the spread of the gospel to people overseas and Aborigines within Australia