Christadelphians are a group of people united by their belief in the Bible and their aim to follow its teaching.
You can find out more about what we believe.
Our faith is important to us and we believe we have a responsibility to share it with others. That is the main purpose of this web site.
Ecclesia is the English form of the Greek word in the New Testament that is usually translated “church”.
The word “church” is associated with a lot of meanings and ideas that were not intended by the original writers and so has become misleading. Christadelphians therefore prefer to use the word “ecclesia” to refer to their assemblies. The Greek word really means “assembly of the called out”. Christadelphians have been called out, both from the world and from the mistaken institutions of conventional Christianity, by the call of the Gospel, the word of God in the Bible.
Our next Bible Hour presentation, entitled “You can Trust the Bible”, is on Sunday 10 December 2023 at 2pm.
It will be available live online, or you can join us in person at Sheridan Hall.
Pathfinders is the name of our special club for children and young people.
Go to the Pathfinders page for more information or to contact us if you have any questions.
We meet on Zoom each Tuesday evening to read and discuss the Bible together. We start at 7.30 pm UK time and finish promptly at 8.30 pm.