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Church of Christ

and Manse, 1898, 217-219 High Street

The Church of Christ in 1985, with the terrace known as Ardmore to the right.

The Fremantle Church of Christ, 217 High Street, and Manse, 219 High Street, has historic and social significance to members of the local Church of Christ parish in the Fremantle community.
Single storey stone and corrugated asbestos gabled roofed church fronted by a rendered entrance.
The land on which the Fremantle Church of Christ stands was vacant in 1895 and owned by W. S. and George Pearse. The Church of Christ first appears in the 1898 rate book, indicating this is the date of construction.
Heritage Office page

cc interior

Church interior @ Easter 2015, from the Facebook page.

References, Links, Notes

Church Facebook page

The top photo (1985) is by Skip Watkins (click to view larger size) and is Fremantle Library Local History Collection image #245. I think the second one is from Google Maps Streetview, from 2014.


Garry Gillard | New: 4 October, 2014 | Now: 7 November, 2019