We are a welcoming and inclusive community that celebrates the gifts of human diversity, including people of all ages, racial backgrounds, married, divorced, single and diverse gender identities.
Adamstown Uniting Church stands on the traditional land of the Awabakal people.
We acknowledge their custodianship of the land on which we gather, and pay respects to their elders, past, present, and emerging. We support the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
Adamstown Uniting Church generously supported by
Uniting Church NSW/ACT Synod
There are many ways you can support Adamstown Uniting Church’s missions – through general offerings, general donations or you can donate to our Building Restoration Fund.
National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.
The image shows the ‘Come Together’ mural by Maree Bisby and the ‘Sorry Stone’ at Adamstown Uniting Church
Regular on-site worship services Sundays and Wednesdays
Sunday 9.30am – Sundays are all-age-friendly services, also available by Zoom live-stream
(contact the office to register).
Wednesday 10 am – In the church – this reflection service provides a quiet space during the week.
Check our facebook page for updates.
Adamstown Uniting Church is often referred to as ‘The Pudding Church’ because our kitchen has been producing superb gourmet puddings since 1971.
We support the Christmas Bowl appeal.
Find out more here…
The Adamstown Uniting Church Restoration and Conservation Fund will ensure that this suburban icon can be celebrated in style for
All-age gigs are back at Adamstown Arts – Saylor and The Flavor headlined the first on Sat 14 Jan 2023
Sunday 29 January 2023 The Mural and Sorry Garden were dedicated in a special service which included Awabakal leaders Cheryl