The fourth annual Service of Thanksgiving will take place on Sunday 11 October in the beautifully historic surroundings of St George’s Cathedral in Perth.
Department of Fire and Emergency Services personnel, volunteers, their families and members of the public are invited to attend.
The service is held in recognition of the vital role that Western Australia’s fire and emergency service personnel play in protecting our community. It is also an opportunity to say thank you to families and loved ones for their ongoing support.
The multi-denominational service will take place from 5pm to 6pm and will be followed by a light supper. The service will include a number of stirring readings and hymns, including readings by Emergency Services Minister Joe Francis and Emergency Services Volunteers Association President Michael Quinlan. Members of the Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem will also be involved in the Service.
Chaplain Charlie Watson said the Service is a chance to come together, reflect, and pray for the continued wellbeing of loved ones as the winter storm season concludes and the busy bushfire and cyclone seasons approach.
“It is always wonderful to see representatives from across the services and their families attend this special event,” Chaplain Watson said.
“The Service provides an opportunity for us to give thanks for the selflessness and commitment shown by those who dedicate themselves to the fire and emergency services.”
St George’s Cathedral is located at 38 St Georges Terrace, Perth.
The dress code is dress uniform or smart casual.