Chinese Seniors Group

This is an informal gathering of women and men aged 55-85 who interact and support each other. This project arose from The Storehouse welfare plan to help people facing hardship and isolation in our community.

Meets: fortnightly on Mondays 10.00am – 01.00pm
Contact: The Storehouse on 9587 5761

Indonesian Community Group

Our Indonesian Community Group offers a range of activities, including information sessions, workshops, and engaging events. Excitingly, we’ve launched a new Storehouse Indonesian Activity Group called TENUN. All are welcome!

Meets: Thursday, 10.00pm – 1.00 pm 
Contact: Theresia Tomahu 0414 097 461 for more information

Kogarah Adult Leisure Learning Group

Kogarah Adult Learning and Leisure Group welcomes adults for an interactive and social experience provided through their arts, crafts, games, dancing and other fun activities.

Meets: Friday mornings 10.00am – 3.00pm (school terms only)
Contact: June Solah on 9771 2396 or 0428 343 066 for bookings or more details

Kumon Maths & English
Kumon Maths & English

Kumon pursues the potential of each individual child with the individualised, self-learning method. Based on individualised instruction and study at the ‘just right’ level, Kumon seeks to improve the mathematics and English skills of each child to maximise their potential.

Meets: Classes are on Monday & Thursday afternoons from 2.30pm – 6.00pm

Contact: Josephine Lam on 0409 983 351 for bookings or more details

The Knitter’s Guild

Promoting and encouraging the disciplines of handknitting and crochet.

The Knitters’ Guild also encourages the maintenance of high standards in design and technique, provides the opportunity for the exchange and provision of information and education in the craft and encourages the exhibition of member’s work.

Meets: 1st Saturday of each month from 9.00am – 12.00pm
Contact: Gemma Lawrence on [email protected] for further information

Alcoholics Anonymous
Alcoholics Anonymous Group

The Kogarah Storehouse and Alcoholics Anonymous have had a long and successful association as they were one of the very first community groups to join us in our Centre.

AA is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common condition and help others to also recover from alcoholism.

New members are always made welcome.

Beginners group meets: Saturdays 5.00-7.00 pm
Contact: Adam Hokin 0466 637 723 for information

Topics group meets:
Contact:  1300 222 222

Smart Recovery Australia
Smart Recovery Group

Smart recovery is a voluntary self-help group that assists people in recovering from alcohol, drug use and other addictive behaviours.

Meets: Fridays 4.30 – 6.00pm