Messy Church – an all age messy event where kids come first! On the second, third and fourth Sundays of the month from 10.30am, we gather for Messy Church at Adamstown! Messy Church is a playful, fun, all-age messy event with lots of singing, dancing, craft, stories and snacks. Messy Church meets at 10.30am in… Continue Reading

Merry Christmas from Messy Church!

Merry Christmas from Messy Church!

Save the date for the first Messy Church back in 2018!
Sunday 11 February 2018
10.30am in the Memorial Hall

It’s been another wonderful year at Messy Church. Lots of craft, singing, learning and sharing together. Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas! See you in 2018 for another great year together.

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Messy Church – Creation

Messy Church – Creation

Sunday 14, 21 & 28 August 2016 10.30am in the Church Memorial Hall During Messy August we will planning our garden for the front yard of the church. Come and help us brainstorm and start preparing. We would love your ideas for this special space. At Messy Church Plus on the 21st we will share a meal together.

Messy Church – Wisdom and story

Messy Church – Wisdom and story

Sunday 10, 17 & 24 July 2016 10.30am in the Church Memorial Hall Messy July will be a month of hearing about wisdom and people’s stories. On the 10th we will celebrate the wisdom of Indigenous people during Naidoc Week. At Messy Church Plus on the 17th will talk about what we like about ourselves and the…

Messy Church – We can be heroes!

Messy Church – We can be heroes!

Sunday 12, 19 & 26 June 2016 10.30am in the Church Memorial Hall Messy June is a ‘big heart’ theme! We will hear the story of the Good Samaritan and what it means to have a loving heart. Messy Church Plus on the 19th June will be a superhero theme! Who do you want to be? You are all welcome…

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Adamstown Uniting Church Address 228 Brunker Rd Adamstown NSW 2289 Office Hours Monday to Friday 9.30am to 1.30pm Phone (02) 4957 1887 Email info@adamstownuca.org.au Continue Reading

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