So what do we believe?

The Christadelphians, "Brothers and Sisters in Christ", are a body of Bible believing people, who aim to live by faith in Jesus Christ, according to the teaching of his followers from the first century AD, finding their instruction in a wholly inspired Bible. Central to Christadelphian belief is that Christ will one day return to the Earth to establish the Kingdom of God and grant eternal life to his people - those who have tried to follow him and God.

This page gives an introduction to each of the key areas of Christadelphian belief. The most important thing is to discover what the Bible says – so look the Scripture quotes up, and decide for yourselves!

And if you have a question, or disagree, Contact Us. We are always happy to discuss and testify to our faith.

The most important thing is to discover what the Bible says

Our fundamental beliefs are:

There is only one true God. He dwells in heaven, immortal and invisible and all powerful. (Isaiah 45 v 5-6; 1 Timothy 6 v 15-16)
God created the entire universe and has a great purpose for the world. (Genesis 1; Numbers 14 v 21)
The Bible is the inspired word of God given by Him to benefit mankind. (2 Timothy 3 v 16; 2 Peter 1 v 20-21)
The Holy Spirit is the power of God which He uses to fulfil His purpose. (Job 33 v 4; Romans 8 v 11)
Jesus Christ is the Son of God - a divine being, and of Mary - a human being (Luke 1 v 35; Romans 1 v 3-4)
Jesus could have sinned, but overcame all temptation and died to save his followers from sin and death. (Romans 10 v 9-13; 1 Timothy 1 v 15-16)
Jesus was raised from death by God. Later he ascended into heaven but he will return to be king. (Acts 2 v 22-27; 1 v 11)
When Jesus returns to the earth he will raise and judge the responsible dead and give eternal life to all faithful. (Daniel 12 v 1-2; John 5 v 28-29)
Jesus will be King over the restored Kingdom of God in Israel and over the whole world. (Isaiah 9 v 6-7; Zechariah 14 v 9)
The devil is not a supernatural being but is another name for sin in the flesh, destroyed only in Christ. (Matthew 15 v 19-20; Hebrews 2 v 14-15)
When we die we cease to exist. The only hope of life is by resurrection at Christ's return. (Ecclesiastes 9 v 5-6; Romans 5 v 21)
Repentance and Baptism into Christ by full immersion in water, and daily following him and Almighty God, are necessary to be saved (Mark 16 v 15-16; Romans 6 v 4)