Coolamon Ganmain - Anglican Riverina
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Coolamon Ganmain

Our parish is situated in a farming community and consists of three churches; St Andrews Coolamon, St Peters Ganmain and St Matthews Grong Grong.

LOCATIONS AND SERVICE TIMES

St ANDREWS  COOLAMON

Tuesday & Thursday – 9.30 am Morning Prayer

Sunday – 10.00am 1st, 2nd, 3rd Sundays Holy Communion
4th Sunday Morning Prayer
5.00pm 4th Sunday of Month

 

St PETERS GANMAIN

Sunday – 8.30am
1st, 2nd & 4th Sundays Holy Communion
3rd Sunday Morning Prayer
4.00pm 2nd Sunday of Month Sunday Praise

 

St MATHEWS GRONG GRONG 

5th Sunday combined service Coolamon & Ganmain on rotation followed by shared lunch.

CONTACT DETAILS

Rev Micheal (Mike) Perrott

Telephone: 0417 207 993

Address: PO Box 51 Coolamon NSW 2701

About our Parish

Our parish is situated in a farming community and consists of three churches; St Andrews Coolamon, St Peters Ganmain and St Matthews Grong Grong.

The parish family is involved in many activities and groups in town which provide opportunities for sharing the Jesus story.

In our worship we include all age groups and blends the differing styles into our services with due respect for the traditions of the church and guided by scripture.

Our Clergy

Anglican Riverina

Reverend Micheal (Mike) Perrott

Rev’d Micheal and his wife Kerrie came from Port Macquarie to the Riverina in September 2011 to minister in the Parishes of Narrandera and Coolamon/Ganmain.

The Riverina was familiar territory, as Rev’d Micheal had spent many early years in Griffith with his mother’s family. Rev’d Micheal also worked in the region in the mid 1960’s with the Bank of NSW as it was known then. It was during these years he spent time in Yenda, Hillston and Leeton.

Rev’d Micheal has a passion for the gospel and fulfilling the role he has been called to. He’s a keen photographer, with a real interest in landscape and wildlife photography which he believes shows the beauty of God’s creation through this art medium. Rev’d Micheal had spent a number of years as a professional photographer amongst other roles prior to entering the ministry.

Groups and Activities

Bible Study

Coolamon – Thursday 2.00pm in St Andrews Hall.

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