Expresso – a space for linking creative expression and spirituality On the 4th Sunday of the month we gather together in a cafe-style setting in the Dungeon of Adamstown Uniting Church (from 6 – 8pm) and listen to thought-provoking ideas about art and faith. ENTRY IS FREE. Delicious sweet and savoury snacks and hot and cold… Continue Reading

Expresso with Naomi Nash

Expresso with Naomi Nash

Sunday 24 September 2017
6 – 8pm in the Church Dungeon
FREE entry. Food & drink available to purchase.

Our September Expresso guest is singer-songwriter Naomi Nash. Naomi’s songs are about the deeper things … space, time, grief, and this beautiful country of ours. Naomi started playing guitar during an 18 month trip around Australia, … Read more

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Expresso with Rachel Collis

Expresso with Rachel Collis

Sunday 28 February 2016 6 – 8pm in the Dungeon at Adamstown Uniting Church We are excited to welcome Rachel Collis to our first Expresso for 2016 – Rachel is an indie folk singer songwriter with cabaret influences. Her trademarks are finely crafted lyrics and deeply sensitive arrangements. She takes ballad, folk and pop tunes to…

Expresso – Crossing Cultures

Expresso – Crossing Cultures

Sunday 22nd November 6 – 8pm in the Dungeon at Adamstown Uniting Church Next Sunday Expresso celebrates the gifts of cultural diversity with Mary-Anne Hawson, Stan Moylan and Berias Masseque. The last expresso of the year with great refreshments and community vibe! What are the challenges and delights for people who bring gifts of cultural…

Expresso with Heatherlyn

Expresso with Heatherlyn

Sunday 1st November 2015 6 – 8pm in the Dungeon at Adamstown Uniting Church We are excited to welcome Heatherlyn, soul-rock singer songwriter, originally from the East coast of the USA. On the road since 2010, she has performed her way across North America with a soulful and honest voice that has resonated with many…

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