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. 1:2, Heb. 2:11).
Each Sunday we have a 'Memorial Meeting' or 'Breaking of Bread'. 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.
Daily Bible Readings
Follow our daily Bible reading calendar by going to https://www.dailyreadings.org.uk. You will find helpful comments on the daily Bible readings on this site.
Use the Bible reading plan to read the whole Bible and go through the Old Testament once and the New Testament twice in a year. The plan starts on 1 January in Genesis, Psalms and Matthew and works its way through the scriptures as the year goes along. The average number of chapters to read each day is 4.