What’s On?

We have a public Bible Hour every Sunday. The plan for the next few weeks looks like this, God Willing: 2nd December, 2:30pm: “Signs on the Mountains of Israel” The prophet Ezekiel talks about signs on Israel’s mountains. What are these signs, and how do they relate to events happening right now in the Middle…

Where we are

We would be delighted to see you down at the Boat House! We have a public Bible hour (all welcome) at 6:00pm every Sunday, except for 1st week of the month when it’s held at 2.30pm. Our full address is The Boat House, The Dingle, Ferry Street, Stapenhill, Burton on Trent, Staffordshire, DE15 9HF. Here…

Open Days

We occasionally hold other events such as open days and Bible Workshop evenings. The most recent of these was out open day in September, based on the theme of “The Bible holds the key to the future”, and how its prophecies and predictions are still telling us what will happen even today. You can find…

About us

The Christadelphians are a small community with members all over the world who are united by their unique faith. We base our beliefs and practices wholly on the Bible. In a nutshell, we believe: * in God, who created and sustains everything * in Jesus Christ, the son of God, our saviour and king *…

Read the Bible

  Christadelphians believe that the Bible is the only source of authority for our beliefs. This means we believe it is very important to read it regularly, and be guided by its inspired words. We believe that being familiar with it is essential if one is to discover — and remember — God’s revelation of Himself and…

Short Thoughts

    Burton Regatta and how to win the race for life ;   Healing all diseases ;   Jerusalem: God’s Future World Capital ;   Why IS the Bible special?  ;   Religion Gone Bad ;  Edward Wightman, the Burton Heretic ;  Brian Cox: A Creator Makes Sense

The beginner’s guide to reading the Bible

If you’ve never picked up a Bible before, you might think it was just like any other book. It has covers, a beginning and an ending, and lots of pages in between. But in lots of ways it is totally unlike a normal book. It isn’t something you’d want to try and read in one go, nor…