On Sundays at 10.30 we normally hold our Breaking of Bread service for our baptised members. (Not at present with Covid-19).
After lunch, at 2pm, we hold a Bible talk which is open
to the public. There will be opportunity after the talk for questions or advice and free literature.
Once a month we have a coffee morning where we informally discuss a Bible chapter around homes and have a general chat over a cup of tea/coffee.
On Wednesdays at 7.45 we hold a Bible Class talk on various Bible topics.
We also have a Sunday School with children from ages 5+ which starts at 10.25
The Meaning of the word "Christadelphian"
In the early days, believers found that to preserve their identity they had to give
themselves a name.
"Christadelphians" was chosen because it means "brothers (and of course sisters) in Christ". See
Colossians Chapter 1 verse 2..."To the saints and faithful brothers in Christ".
The word 'brothers' (ESV) or 'brethren' (KJV) in the greek is 'adelphoi' meaning brothers and
sisters in God's family. So two words are put together 'Christ' and 'adelphoi' (Christadelphians).
It has been used to distinguish the religion since 1864.
We are a Bible based community of believers in Christ. Fundamental to our faith is the principle
that what Christ and his apostles taught in the first century was truth, and it is still true
The Holy Scriptures,The Bible, both Old and New Testaments, are our authority. Christadelphians are present world wide but here in Spalding they have been worshipping from the 1900s. The hall was purposefully built
for them in 1908.