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When I saw that church, I was attracted to the many brown stones. It stood out. It was built solidly. It was built on March 7, 1888. Wow!
I liked the wooden door to enter into the church.
It has several stained-glass windows.
I visited all three churches in the area today, and found this one to be closed which is surprising for a Sunday.
It’s not as grand as St Patrick’s or St Johns, and is a beautiful simple church near the heart of Fremantle city.
Unfortunately this church had doors locked when I stopped to view. I had to suffice with views of the exterior and the Foundation Stone dating to 1888. The first church opened in 1841 (the first Christian church in Fremantle) and the current building replaced it...More
This church sits centrally in Fremantle city. It kinda reminds me of Grandma's jewellery box.. out of place in the rest of mumma's room but well loved and impossible to get rid of. This church is old.. it has signs of erosion from the years...More
Happy memories of this place My daughter was married here. It is a love church with great atmosphere Located very close to town walking distance This not a run of mill church it is different you need to check it out for your self
This was a really interestingly looking church but unfortunately was not open during the time we were in Fremantle so we never got to go inside but it is very central and easy to add to your visiting list if you have an interest in...More
I'm not a religious person but I like history and architecture and this place has both. It's an old stone church on a quiet unassuming street corner walking to the market streets or maybe the esplanade, so you could walk past it and not even...More