Christian women on a mission today need a home base and community to launch them back out into the world, as they serve Jesus.
Perfect for freelancers, entrepreneurs, authors and anyone needing a space to work, our coworking model is based on a growing movement of individuals working alongside people from different companies and industries. Christian women of all ages, fields and backgrounds are welcome.
Join a community of Christian women coworking in the heart of the Sydney CBD.
Anglican Deaconess Ministries (ADM) was started in 1891 by Martha Archdall (pictured above, with her daughter), and her husband Rev. Mervyn Archdall, because they wanted to see Christian women being active in public life.
Martha gathered people into her drawing room in the City of Sydney and built community through and around the work she did.
Christian women on a mission today still need a home base and community to launch them back out into the world, as they serve Jesus.
We provide that space today in our coworking space in the heart of the city, because we’re for you.
About the space
Maybe you’re writing a book, working remotely, designing for clients or developing the next big tech company. You’ve exhausted the goodwill of your local barista and you want somewhere to go when you leave the house.
Ourcoworking space has tables and standing desks for working, couches for reading or thinking, lockers to keep your things secure, charging facilities, and a shared kitchen table for lunchtime chats (not to mention the great Wi-Fi and coffee machine).
You will also be able to access community activities and networking through our Engage events and masterclasses.
Membership is by application.
Online application form coming soon!