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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.

Expresso with Rachel Collis

Expresso with Rachel Collis

Sunday 26 March 2017
6 – 8pm in the Church Dungeon

Rachel is back by popular demand for another Expresso! Honest. Heartfelt. Hilarious. Highly acclaimed songstress Rachel Collis is a “welcome jolt back to the time of Jim Webb, Carole King and Joni Mitchell” (The Orange Press). Hailed by critics as “genius”, “prodigy” and “the great underground talent of her time” (Curtain Call), Rachel is sweetness, sophistication and a kind of good old-fashioned songwriting you thought was lost forever from the world – with just a dash of funny in the mix!

In 2012 she burst onto the music scene with back-to-back sell-out performances at the prestigious Riverside Theatres of her one-woman show “The Art Of Letting Go.” Her sophomore album “Nightlight” has met with international success and has been described as “a beacon for folk-cabaret” and “nothing short of exquisite; compositionally and performatively” (Syke On Stage). Boasting an underground following of highly dedicated fans in the UK, the US and Canada, Rachel is a growing international sensation in the modern music industry.

On March 26 Rachel will be sharing songs from her latest release, The Remains Of The Day. These songs offer an intimate look into Rachel’s psyche, offering breathtaking vocals and fragile lyricism. Rachel tackles love, heartbreak, fear and the brevity and fragility of life, reminding listeners to appreciate the smallest things and boldly embrace every moment. Rachel will be joined by guitarist, Matt Nash

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