Mission and Outreach


There are a number of mission and outreach activities supported by the Adare Uniting Church. They are briefly summarized below. Further information is available by clicking on highlighted words or by contacting the name provided for each area.



The aim of a men’s shed is to provide men from all stages of life with an opportunity to meet, talk and share. It helps address potential mental health issues associated with loneliness.

Contact Dennis Williams (8552 7676) for more details or click HERE to be taken to their web page


The Adare Uniting Church supports Ross Robertson nursing home, and the Kirribilli / Kiama nursing homes by conducting or participating in worship services.

Ross Robertson services are held at 10.45 am each Sunday. Others are as per the church roster. Contact F Richardson for details.

Sing-along’s are conducted 1.30 to 2.30 pm on the first Monday of the month (except January and October) alternating between the Ross Robertson and Kirribilli nursing homes. For details contact Max Vincent – Ph 85523214.


Dennis Williams - men's shed contact


Adare Uniting Church can support your spiritual journey with a free library service.  There are 2,900 Christian books to select from – commentaries, fiction, testimonies, prayer, humour and much more.

There is also an extensive DVD library. The library is open 9.30 – 12.30 on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and after each church service.


Approximately once a year a work party busies itself in response to a crisis or to identified needs.

For example, when the Pinery fire ravished the landscape leaving many homeless or with considerable property damage in 2016, the church organised a work-party to support the efforts to re-establish fences and property and in cleaning up residual damage.

When Frontier Services saw the need to upgrade accommodation in a shipping container for a single man with failing health. The Adare church responded.

Colin Gepp (Ph 85528486) has been instrumental in managing the work parties.

Barry Irrgang - Table Tennis Organiser


Social table tennis is played each Thursday afternoon from 1.30 -4.30 pm. All matches are doubles. The cost to participate is $2 a session and includes coffee and a biscuit at 3.00 pm. Further information is available from Barry Irrgang (Ph 85522756).


This is a program for pre-school children held each THURSDAY during the school terms form 10.00 – 11.30 in the church hall. It has a focus on music and play. Parents are welcome and morning tea is available to them – all at no cost. See Bernice Humphrys (Ph 85525558) for further information.

Barry Irrgang and Barrie Carbins - Table Tennis