History

The first St. Hilda's Church in North Perth was a weatherboard building, transported from Canning Mills and erected on the corner of Glebe and View Streets and was consecrated  in July  1904.  The church stood on the opposite side of View Street, to the present St. Hilda’s and then served as parish hall for many years.

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Following the successful implementation of a building fund the present Church Nave  was consecrated in 1915.  Over 500 people attended. The consecration of the new St. Hilda's church. was not completed fully until 1954, having had  temporary east and west ends until then.

A history of the Parish is available for you to read in our Centenary Booklet click here