Our staff

Senior Minister: Frank Nicol

Frank and his wife, Jo love Jesus and are ever thankful for his work on the cross.  They rejoice that Christian life is family life, made up of believers seeking to love Jesus together.  They love working alongside the faithful Christians in West Pilbara Anglican Parish.

Frank and Jo enjoy sharing the dinner table with all who will come and eat with them.  They particularly like spicy food, and cook it more, now that the kids are getting older.  Since moving back to Karratha, Frank is enjoying reconnecting with his favourite barra fishing spots.  I am sure if you ask him, he will be pleased to take you.  Jo spends a lot of time chasing the kids, but if there are ladies out their keen for a coffee, she will quickly drop the kids with Frank and meet you for a coffee at your favourite spot.  Obviously Frank and Jo come with a few kids.  Be careful of them, one of their favourite hobbies is reading the bible with the adults at dinner and then asking the visitors hard questions.  If they catch you out I suggest saying “pass”.

Youth & Children’s Worker: Matt Warth

Matt and his wife, Naomi are grateful for the opportunity to serve the youth and children of the West Pilbara Anglican Parish, distinctly in the Roebourne & Wickham end of the Parish. They both have a passion to see Jesus alive and growing in the lives of all young people from newborns to nearly developed young adults. 

Matt also serves the incarcerated community at Roebourne Regional Prison, attending twice weekly to minister and chaplain both the inmates and the staff. Naomi works at a local Primary School and the Senior High School as a School Chaplain. They are particularly passionate about introducing the indigenous folk to the stories of Jesus and the change he can bring to their lives, focusing on bringing them into the light out of the darkness of the world. The family are avid AFL fans, heavily involved in the Wickham Wolves Football Club, where they walk as Jesus would and serve, inviting people to learn more about Jesus in their daily lives. Their 2 boys attend the Senior High School and are passionate about seeing their mates and others know Jesus too.