“The life of the body is the soul; the life of the soul is God.”

— St. Antony

Established

In 1820

Families

975*

Units

25

Feast

January 29,30

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About Our Church

History of St.Antony’s church Perambra starts from the year 1820. Initially the church was under the Chalakudy parish. In 1832, it was became an independent parish. At that time the geographical boundaries of parish were: on western side upto Parekkattukara, North-West upto Kolathoor, North-East upto Vellikulam and East upto Mettipadam. Now Perambra parish includes 975 families.

St. Antony’s Trust Perambra (Reg. No. 74/IV/95)

St antonys trust is a charitable trust to help the poor of locality without distinction of colours, caste and creed Msgr Joseph Kavalakkat initiated for starting a trust It formed on 01-06-1995 with St antonys church office as the registered office of the trust Bye law of the trust was Prepared by the Vicar of the St antonys Church Msgr. Joseph Kavakkat and the (manager representatives ) of the church Mr. Paliakkara Rappai Jose,Chonedan vareed Thomas and Kolapran Kunjuvareed Mathew. The registration of the bye law was done at Kalletumkara Sub Registery Office and the number allotted is 74//IV/95. Ponminissery Ouseph Paulose and Thatchil Kannai Ouseph Bose were the witness.

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  • pauly-puthusseryFr. Pauly Puthussery

    I am indeed happy
    to be the part of
    the history

    "I am indeed happy to be the part of the history of the parish of Perambra. The deep dedication and profound commitment of the parishioners are the values that which I appreciate with all sincerity. This is a beautiful parish with gifted youth, vivacious children and devoted old people. The active participation of the people of God in the spiritual activities is a sign of their deep faith in God. The importance given to the social and charitable activities are really praise worthy. Good traditions should be handed down to the next generation and they are to be trained in those. Let us all strive for this aim."
  • joby-menothFr. Joby Menoth

    strength of the parish
    is the people of
    God

    "The strength of the parish is the people of God who are faithful to God and cooperative to the integral growth of the community. Indeed I am proud of being the parish priest of this parish. The calm atmosphere of Perambra stills in me to think of the timeless beauty of the creation of God. The priests of this parish, the parish priests and religious who served this parish enriched it spiritually and socially. Parish is grown under the fellowship around the Eucharistic table. By participating in the sacraments and creatively cooperating in the parish activities let us make a community of faith based on love."