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Adamstown Uniting Church is a welcoming community, exploring faith, justice and creativity. Our church accepts and supports each of us the way we are, embracing different beliefs, abilities and lifestyles.

Our church offers a diverse range of creative worship and learning opportunities, while maintaining a dynamic hub for activities that sustain a healthy community. It is the home to a number of creative community projects such as Adamstown Arts and Expresso.

Messy December – Christmas Celebrations

Messy December – Christmas Celebrations

Sunday 3 December 2017
5.30pm at Merewether Uniting Church (reserve behind the church)

We’re all invited to ‘Carols in the Park’ at Merewether Uniting Church. This is a combined Carols event with Merewether, Adamstown and New Lambton Uniting Churches. BYO picnic rugs or chairs, and a picnic tea, as we will be sitting on the green behind the church (the event will be held inside if there’s wet weather). It’s a wonderful family-friendly event with lots of great music and singing. Bring your friends and family for a great evening together. More event info here.

Sunday 10 December 2017
10.30am in the Adamstown UCA Memorial Hall

Messy Church Christmas Festivities! A time of making Christmas crafts and being thankful for the time we have shared together in 2017. Bring a simple plate of food to share.

Sunday 24 December 2017 (Christmas Eve)
3pm in the Adamstown UCA Church Auditorium

Carolfest is a popular tradition that began over 30 years ago at Adamstown Uniting Church and all are welcome to join in the fun again this year. It will be a wonderful afternoon of music and carol singing, with our Messy Church children taking part in the service. Enjoy hearing the story of Christmas retold in a unique way by the Rev Rod Pattenden, and raise money for the Christmas Bowl appeal.


Adamstown Uniting Church

228 Brunker Rd Adamstown NSW 2289

Office Hours
Monday to Friday 9.30am to 1.30pm

(02) 4957 1887


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