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St Paul's Presbyterian Church - Former

St Paul's Presbyterian Church - Former

Northam, WA 6401

Church Information

Church Name: St Paul's Presbyterian Church - Former
Church Previous Name: -
Denomination: Presbyterian Church of Australia
Street Address: 89 Duke St E, Northam WA 6401, Australia
Suburb: Northam
State: WA
Postcode: 6401
Foundation Stone Laid: 08-08-1908
Foundation Stone Notes: 

The Foundation Stone is very weathered and hard to read but I think the name is G. Throssell, laid on 8th August 1908. 

Date Opened: unknown
Date Closed: unknown
Email: admin@churchesaustralia.org


The St Paul's Presbyterian Church, Northam property is now privately owned.

"The first Presbyterian Church services in Northam were held in 1897 in the original Mechanics Institute building. In July 1898 a small weatherboard building became the first Presbyterian Church. During the boom years associated with gold, the congregation increased rapidly, and work began on a new church building in 1908. St Paul's was used until the Presbyterians and Methodists in Australia joined to form the Uniting Church in the 1970s from which time services were held in the Methodist Church, so the Presbyterian Church was no longer used." (Extract - http://inherit.stateheritage.wa.gov.au/Public/Inventory/Details/94c9f2de-2532-47df-b024-91643d8d516b)

More historical information/photographs of the former church/congregation are invited. Photograph uploaded 12/11/2018.

Last Updated: Monday 12th November, 2018