What is significant?
St Peter's Church of England, designed by Louis Williams and constructed by A Moore in 1938, at 46 Baxter-Tooradin Road, Pearcedale.
How is it significant?
St Peter's Church of England, Pearcedale, is of local historic and social significance to the City of Casey.
Why is it significant?
Historically and socially, it is significant as the a key public building in Pearcedale and illustrates the development of the township in the inter-war period, which was associated with closer settlement in this area. It is now the only place of worship still in use in Pearcedale and has strong associations with the local community as a meeting place that has played an important role in the development of the community for over 60 years. It is also of interest as a church designed by noted architect, Louis Williams. (AHC criteria A4, D2 and G1)