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Adamstown Uniting Church is a welcoming community of faith, justice and creativity.

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 is a welcoming community of faith, justice and creativity.

Situated in the centre of the greater Newcastle area, and home to the famous Adamstown Pudding Kitchen and Adamstown Arts, we offer a unique ministry of hospitality and creative engagement. We are an inclusive community that celebrates the gifts of human diversity, including people of all ages, racial backgrounds, married, divorced, single and diverse gender identities.

Worship Service Times

Worship Services Update

Regular worship services are cancelled at Adamstown Uniting Church. In response to our continued need for support and community, we will be providing a video each week plus resources to stay creative and build resilience. Videos posted at our Church online page. Please also stay connected through our website and facebook page.

 

Adamstown Pudding Kitchen

Adamstown Pudding Kitchen

Our puddings taste great and do good!

Adamstown Uniting Church is often referred to as ‘The Pudding Church’ because our kitchen has been producing superb gourmet puddings here since 1971. Produced to an old family recipe in a modern commercial kitchen, our puddings are famous for their moist consistency and full flavour. Shop now at the pudding website.

Watch the ABC Compass documentary on the ‘Pudding Church’.

Worship Service Times

Worship Services

Regular worship services are cancelled at Adamstown Uniting Church. In response to our continued need for support and community, we will be providing a video each week plus resources to stay creative and build resilience. Videos posted at our Church online page. Please also stay connected through our website and facebook page.

 

Worship Service Times

Adamstown Uniting Church logo

Worship Services

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. 

Our regular services are currently POSTPONED – Videos will now be posted online. See our Church Online page. Please stay connected through our website and facebook.

Services postponed

  • 9.30am Sundays – A relaxed all-age worship celebration that enjoys the gifts of human diversity, creativity and justice-making. In building community we welcome the full participation of families and diverse individuals, offering a playful place to grow, to deepen our lives and to work for justice in the world.

Adamstown Pudding Kitchen

Adamstown Pudding Kitchen

Our puddings taste great and do good!

Adamstown Uniting Church is often referred to as ‘The Pudding Church’ because our kitchen has been producing superb gourmet puddings here since 1971. Produced to an old family recipe in a modern commercial kitchen, our puddings are famous for their moist consistency and full flavour. Shop now at the pudding website.

Watch the ABC Compass documentary on the ‘Pudding Church’.

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Christmas with Dickens

This popular reading of Charles Dickens’ classic A Christmas Carol will once again be presented as a start to your Christmas. Musical interludes will be provided by soloists, instrumentalists and a small chorus of 5 singers. Book early to secure one of the limited COVID-spaced… read more

Contact
Contact

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

Subscribe to the Adamstown Arts monthly newsletter

Stay updated with the latest news

Contact

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

Subscribe to the Adamstown Arts monthly newsletter

Stay updated with the latest news

– Our church meets on the traditional lands of the Awabakal people, and we pay our respect to elders both past and present –

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