1920'sThe earliest known history of this church dates back to the late 1920’s when the spiritual needs of the Catholics of this church were catered for by visiting priest who said Masses in a shop house along Jalan Camp. St.Anne’s Church, Port Kelang was at that time known as Port Swettenham.
1933Around 1933 the place of worship was moved to an old wireless station which was renovated along Jalan Padang. This temporary building was known as the Chapel of St.Anne, During this time Rev.Fr . E. Bellet (1929 – 1936 and then Rev.Fr. Deredic (1937 – 1939) where the Priest in charge, and then during the Japanese occupation Rev. Fr. Guittat ( 1940 – 1948).
1960'sDuring the early 1960 the catholic establishment of Malaya was under the responsibility of His Grace the late Monsignor Rev. Fr. Olcomendy, then the Archbishop of Malacca & Singapore diocese, His Grace purchased a piece of land (the present site) for the catholic community of Port Klang And in the year 1961 the new St.Anne’s Church was built along Jalan Samy which is now known as Jalan Tengku Badar, this was with the help of Rev.Fr Rigllot and the Lay ministers.