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Fremantle Churches

assemblyAssemblyOfGod | Baptist | Baptist East | Bicton Uniting | Catholic East | Christ the King | Christn Scientist | Church of Christ | Johnston Cong'n | LDS/Mormon | Methodist East | NDU Chapel | Presbyt'n Baker | Presbyterian East | Salvation Army | Scots Presbyt'n | St Anne's | St John's | St Mary's North | St Patrick's | St Paul's Bsfield | St Peter's East | stpeterstmarkSts Peter/Mark | Seamen Chapel | Synagogue | Wesley | wesley southWesley South | wesley northWesley North

Other Churches and Related Places

Beaconsfield Congregational, 184 Hampton Rd, Beaconsfield | Christian City Church, aka c3 church, evangelical, 230 Hampton Rd, new building; previously met in Beacon Cinema | Evangelical Church, Doonan St (the original name of Holdsworth St) | Evangelist (Russell W. Sage) 57 Market St | Flying Angel Mission, 76 Queen Victoria St | Jehovah's Witnesses, 90-92 Edmund St, White Gum Valley | Lutheran. There was a Lutheran congregation which met in Gold (George) St c. 1904. It moved to 2 Josephson St in 1910. In 1930 those premises were sold to Joyce Bros, after which they met at a private property until 1939. | North Fremantle Congregational, Swan St; no longer exists | Potter's House, 28 Queen St | Quakers, 58 Chester St, South Fremantle (private house) | Rajneeshees, (formerly) 6 Collie St (Trades Hall) | Salvation Army North Citadel, Perth Rd (Victoria Ave, Stirling Hwy) | SDA, Sewell St, East Fremantle | St Barnabas, cnr Wiluna (Onslow) and Hope Sts, demolished 1922 | Stella Maris, 16 Queen Victoria St | Taoism, 75 Riverside Rd | Uniting Church, 22 Marine Tce | YMCA, Quarry St | YWCA East, 1944, commenced by Gladys Locke, meetings held at her home, Woodlawn, 1954-1978

References and Links

Errington, Steve 2016, 'Places of worship in Fremantle, 1829 to 1900', Studies in Western Australian History, 31: 145-158.

Strong, Rowan 2012, 'Religious lives in Fremantle', in Paul Arthur Longley & Geoffrey Bolton, Voices from the West End: Stories, People and Events that Shaped Fremantle, WA Museum: 64-85.


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