The Christadelphians are a small religious body who have attempted to get back to the faith and character of the early Christian church. We have been in existence for nearly 150 years. The name 'Christadelphian' comes from two Greek words and means 'brothers and sisters in Christ'. Col 1v2, Heb 2v11
Each Sunday we have a 'Memorial Meeting' or 'Breaking of Bread, a Bible address on Sunday nights and a Bible class on Wednesday nights. All members partake of bread and wine and an 'exhortation' is given based on the Bible. Attendance at this service is the focus of our religious life.
We have a Sunday School and Youth Group and hold a Bible Study camp at the end of the year, with occasional fraternal talks on Saturdays. The Christadelphians are a close-knit community working in God's service in whatever ways we can.