April’s issue of The Christadelphian

This month’s issue of The Christadelphian has its usual range of exposition, practical and community articles, with perhaps something of a concentration on the death and resurrection of Jesus. Brother David Simpson has written a sensitive summary of the Trials of Jesus and the concluding part of Brother Jack Aitkenhead’s two-part series “Pilate Marvelled” considers… Read More April’s issue of The Christadelphian

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Prayer Journal

The beginning of a new year presents an opportunity to reflect on our spiritual well-being. For several years the Office has been selling a Prayer Diary which has just been relaunched as a Prayer Journal. Throughout the journal suggestions are made to help improve our prayers and sections at the back provide guidance and ideas.… Read More Prayer Journal

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January’s issue of The Christadelphian

The January issue, published on December 21, 2018, commences with a New Year Editorial encouraging us to consider what pleases God, followed by two pages of “Letters to the Editor”. “Sunday Morning” focuses appropriately on “beginnings” – the book of Genesis. In the “Exposition” section we conclude Brother Paul Aston’s helpful series, “In the Volume… Read More January’s issue of The Christadelphian

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Petersfield Afternoon of Fun and Fellowship June 15th 2019

The Petersfield ecclesia is inviting you for an “Afternoon of Fun and Fellowship” at Petersfield Road, Greatham, Liss, GU33 6EY. Mike Jameson has offered to give two talks on the following subject. “Also seen by me” – Resurrection Realities for Today. They plan to start at 2pm with the first talk, followed by some fun… Read More Petersfield Afternoon of Fun and Fellowship June 15th 2019

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Handel’s “Messiah” at Warwick Hall

Birmingham Christadelphian Choral Society & Orchestra plan to present Handel’s “Messiah” at Warwick Hall, Warwick School, Myton Road, Warwick CV34 6PP on Mar. 16 & Apr. 27 (both at 3.30pm). There will be no charge for entry but collections will be taken to help with our substantial costs. Free booking is essential (preferably via their… Read More Handel’s “Messiah” at Warwick Hall

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Concluding thought by the article series “Key to the Bible”

Each individual has to make their own choices, making up their mind what they do want to believe and whom they would like to follow. Having looked at the key elements of the Bible we must consider what we really want to do,keeping to follow this world and holding fast to worldly traditions or following the Nazarene master teacher Jeshua (Jesus christ) and becoming a real Christian or a Christadelphian to go through life as a Brother or Sister in Christ.… Read More Concluding thought by the article series “Key to the Bible”

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Fellowship Matters – Thoughts on Fellowship and Ecclesial Membership

We wish to bring to the attention of the brothers and sisters our latest publication entitled Fellowship Matters – Thoughts on Fellowship and Ecclesial Membership. In recent years, it has become apparent during CSN work in counselling, support and mediation both with individuals and ecclesias, that there is a need for more information, guidance and… Read More Fellowship Matters – Thoughts on Fellowship and Ecclesial Membership

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Great potential to cultivate more faith in the years ahead

We believe the Christadelphian organisations and individual ecclesiae have great potential to cultivate more faith in the years ahead. We hope you will join us. Pray that our Father will bless these efforts. Let us know if you’d like to volunteer your hands and hearts for our White Fields or North America programs or our… Read More Great potential to cultivate more faith in the years ahead

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November’s issue of The Christadelphian

The November issue was published on October 26 and all subscribers should have received their copies. November 2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War and the first article (of two) reflects on that period in our community, and the lessons to be learned today. Exposition articles include a look… Read More November’s issue of The Christadelphian

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The 2018 Eastern Winter Study at Letton Hall, Shipdham, Norfolk

The 2018 Eastern Winter Study will take place in the pleasant location of Letton Hall, Shipdham, Norfolk, IP25 7SA; beginning after lunch on 27th December and concluding after breakfast on 30th December. This year, God willing, we are looking forward to studies on “Jeremiah: forging the iron” by Bro. Dafydd Jenkins (Cardiff, Museum Place). The… Read More The 2018 Eastern Winter Study at Letton Hall, Shipdham, Norfolk

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2018 Williamsburg Christadelphian Conference (December 27-31, 2018)

Registration is open for the 2018 Williamsburg Conference: http://williamsburgconference.com/. The dates are December 27-31, 2018. If you plan to attend, please register sooner rather than later. The Williamsburg Conference provides a unique opportunity for praise and fellowship. Attendees explore inspirational topics in exhortations during the mornings and small group sessions during the afternoons. The small… Read More 2018 Williamsburg Christadelphian Conference (December 27-31, 2018)

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Baptism in a Belgian smalltown swimming pool

Last July Ola, a former Muslim from Senegal, walked some hours in searing heat from his migrant camp in the countryside to meet our brethren who had taken the channel tunnel and high speed train.  The English brethren did the baptism in the smalltown swimming pool, full of Belgian schoolkids on holiday camp, they looked… Read More Baptism in a Belgian smalltown swimming pool

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