Fremantle Stuff > churches (buildings). See also: churches (as organisations).

Fremantle Churches

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Baptist East

Bicton Uniting

Catholic East

Christ The King

Christian Scientist

Church Of Christ

Johnston Memorial


Methodist East

NDU Chapel

Presbyterian Baker

Presbyterian East

Salvation Army

Scots Presbyterian

St Anne's

St John's

St Mary's North

St Patrick's Basilica

St Paul's Beaconsfield

St Peter's East

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Seamen's Chapel



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Other Churches and Related Places

Anglican Rectory, Cantonment Street
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 Avenue, Stirling Hwy)
SDA, Sewell St, East Fremantle
St Barnabas, cnr Wiluna (Onslow) and Hope Sts, demolished 1922
St Mary's Cathedral, Perth
Stella Maris, 16 Queen Victoria St
Taoism, 75 Riverside Rd
Uniting Church, 22 Marine Tce
YMCA, Quarry St
YWCA East, 1944, led 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.

Most of the 'other churches' are from a list in the Fremantle Library Local History Collection.

Garry Gillard | New: 9 January, 2021 | Now: 17 March, 2021