Friends of St Paul’s
The Friends of St Paul's Cathedral were formed in 1932 by Archbishop Head; it is the second oldest "friends" organisation in the Anglican communion.
The objectives of the Society are:
a. To assist the Cathedral Chapter in any appropriate manner that may occur including, in particular, assistance towards the preservation of the fabric and the enhancement of the beauty of the Cathedral.
b. To provide fellowship and the opportunity for meeting together on a regular basis for all interested in the Cathedral and its activities.
The Friends raise funds to assist with the maintenance and beautification of St Paul's Cathedral, while at the same time extending the Cathedral's circle of friends around Melbourne and further afield.
A wide variety of activities is organised throughout the year. Over the most recent years money has been raised for a number of projects.
Become a Friend
Membership is open to anyone interested in the life and work of the Cathedral, whether a member of the congregation or not. This is a great way to become involved in the life of the Cathedral, while enjoying social activities and meeting new people.
Annual subscription is $25 ($20 concession). Membership forms can be downloaded from this website or simply email St Paul's Cathedral for more information. If you would like to be kept informed by email about future activities please tick the box on the membership form.