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St Martin-in-The-Fields Anglican Church - Former
St Martin-in-The-Fields Anglican Church - Former 00-07-2021 - See Note
St Martin-in-The-Fields Anglican Church - Former 00-01-2022 - raywhitesouthperth.com.au

St Martin-in-The-Fields Anglican Church - Former

Kensington, WA 6151

Church Information

Church Name: St Martin-in-The-Fields Anglican Church - Former
Church Previous Name: -
Denomination: Anglican Church of Australia
Street Address: 50 Dyson St, Kensington WA 6151, Australia
Suburb: Kensington
State: WA
Postcode: 6151
Foundation Stone Laid: 14-11-1953
Foundation Stone Notes: Foundation stone records: The Memorial Church of St Martin-In-The-Fields - This church was erected to the Glory of God - and as a memorial to those men and women of this district - who served and died in the service of their country - 1914 ~ 1918, 1939 ~ 45, 1950 ~ 53 - This stone was laid by - His Ecxellency The Governor of Western Australia - Lieut-General Sir Charles Gairdner KCMG CB CBE - in the presence of The Archdeacon of Perth - The Rector, The Churchwardens and many of the populace - on - Saturday 14th November 1953 - This being the Coronation Year of - Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Date Opened: 00-00-1953
Date Closed: 00-03-2020
Email: admin@churchesaustralia.org


The former St Martin In The Field Anglican Church, Kensington was in the Parish of Kensington and the Diocese of Perth. The present church building was erected/opened in 1953/4, and held its final service in March 2020, following which it was deconsecrated. The church hall was opened on 4/5/1933 by the Archbishop of Perth and named Durbridge Hall, after the benefactor of the church, Margaret Durbridge. No other details are known. More historical information/photographs of the former church/congregation are invited. Photographs uploaded 20/1/2022.

Note: Photograph attribution/source - https://www.facebook.com/commerce/listing/845803629394849/?media_id=4&ref=share_attachment
Last Updated: Wednesday 30th March, 2022