Gary Ware is a child of God, born again into His family by the power of the Holy Spirit, through the atoning work of the Lord Jesus Christ.
He is husband to Margaret, for life and for living.
He is a father to five, proud to watch them grow (mostly) in wisdom and grace.
He is privileged to be called to pastor to Mount Gambier Presbyterian Church, a member congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Australia.
The opinions on this blog are Gary’s (who is writing about himself in the third person) and not those of MGPC or the Presbyterian Church of Australia in general. (Unless otherwise attributed)

8 thoughts on “About

  1. cassiescuddles says:

    YOu need a photo, so we know that you are normal!!

    1. gjware says:

      I like my alien hat.
      Jo McDougall thought is was some sort of new fangled mitre.

  2. Hi, thanks for your blogging. I am on staff at Acacia Ridge Presbyterian in Brisbane. You may find some useful things on my blog which includes many posts on church music and leading teams. I read your comments on Never Alone and would offer to make you some piano accompaniment tracks for EMU songs but not sure how best to do that. Is there no one locally who could do that for you? Cheers Roz

    1. By the way your name is familiar, are you from QLD?

      1. Gary Ware says:

        I was up until 1997.

    2. Gary Ware says:

      Thanks Roz.
      You’re correct, I could get piano file recordings on midi done locally.
      Buying orchestrated ones someone else has done the hard work of producing suits my lazy nature.

  3. Lenny Smith says:

    Gary, can I send you a link to my new worship album? Lenny Smith

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