Public Meetings

The Bible is God’s word so we want to hear him speak.

That’s why every week during semester 80-100 of us gather in a lecture theatre to hear God’s word proclaimed. We’d love you to join us.

We have two times you can choose from:

1pm Tuesdays or Thursdays
in Social Science Lecture Theatre

1 Who are we and where are we going? Genesis 12
2 Blessing in a broken world Genesis 13-14
3 How bad people can please a good God Genesis 15-16
4 God Repeats Himself Again Genesis 17
5 The God of Justice and Mercy Genesis 18-19
6 Faithful God/Unfaithful People Genesis 20–21
7 When Faith is Tested Genesis 22
8 Living by Faith  Genesis 23
9 Receiving the Word of God 1 Thessalonians 1:1–2:16
10 Destined for Suffering then Glory 1 Thessalonians 2:17–3:13
11 God’s Will for Your Life 1 Thessalonians 4:1–12
12 Living and Dying with Hope 1 Thessalonians 4:13–5:28

Small Groups

Every week groups of 8-10 students meet to read the Bible, think about it’s implications, and pray.

Small Groups are a great way to grow in your knowledge and love of God and of other students.


Common Hour

Mondays 4pm or Wednesdays 1pm (starting week 2 of semester 2)

Serving Jesus effectively requires character, conviction, and competence. Equip is our weekly training sessions designed to help us grow in all three.

This semester we’ll be exploring the topic of The Bible: a place to stand

Archimedes famously said, “Give me a place to stand and I can move the world”. The Bible claims to be God’s true word to us, giving a sure place to stand in the cross currents of culture and personal opinion. But what really is the Bible? Can I really trust it? Isn’t it also just a product of culture and opinion? Come and explore these questions together in Common Hour—a seminar-style session kind of like the seminars at Mid Year Mornings.


Mondays 5pm or Wednesdays 2pm or any other time!

Choose from a range of courses designed to equip you to serve Jesus more effectively. If you haven’t done Sharing the Gospel or Uncover, then start with one of them.


Sharing the Gospel ($15)

Get experience in a clear, memorable way of explaining the gospel of Jesus.

Uncover: Mark’s Gospel ($15)

Learn how to introduce someone to Jesus through the gospel according to Mark.
Habits of Grace

Habits of Grace ($10)

Would you like to establish good patterns in your Christian life that will help you grow in godliness and your love for Jesus? Then don’t miss this elective.

Small Group Leader Training ($20)

Learn how to effectively lead a Bible study group at Christian Union or in your church.



Doctrine ($20)

Explore the pattern of sound teaching that we are to believe, preserve, build our lives on, and pass on to others.

Serving at Church ($15)

You’re not the pastor, but serving your church is still your job. So how can you contribute through leading, welcoming, reading & prayer?
Life after uni

Life after Uni ($5)

You’re about to graduate, leaving the comfort, familiarity, and friends of UWA behind. Explore some of the challenges and opportunities of life after uni.


10 – 12 February 2020

Kickstart is an orientation camp run by the university Christian Unions in Western Australia for Christians starting uni in 2020.

You’ll meet other Christians from your uni, both first year students and upper years who can tell you all you need to know about uni life. It’s a great way to prepare for your first year on campus.

Visit the Kickstart website

Mid Year Conference

13–17 July 2020

Mid Year Conference is a camp for over 250 students from all the unis in Perth, where we spend a week away digging into the Bible at a depth you’ve never experienced before.

Visit the MYC website

National Training Event

2 – 6 December 2017

1600 university students.
One in Jesus.

The AFES National Training Event brings together students from right across Australia.

Five awesome days in Canberra praising God, digging into his Word, and training to serve Him.

Visit the NTE website

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