St Cuthbert’s Church
St Cuthbert’s Church in Darlington is the main home for our Worshipping Community. It is a single storey stone and tile roofed church, designed in the Inter-War Gothic style. It displays features which define it as one of the simple gothic churches that were built in Western Australia between the 1910s and 1930s for many of the smaller parishes. The foundation stone was laid on 13th September 1924 and the building was consecrated on 1st March 1925.
You can also read about the history of the building, particularly the stained-glass windows, here.
For a more detailed history and assessment of the church building, you may like to read our listing on the WA Heritage Register.