Welcome to the Bracknell Christadelphians

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The name Christadelphians has been in use for some 150 years, and means brothers (and sisters) in Christ. Our aim is to read our Bibles often and carefully, and to use what we read to get back to the faith, beliefs and character of the early Christian Church in the New Testament times. Following this pattern we do not have a hierarchy, or paid clergy, and all members provide their time, resources and energy voluntarily.

We meet in Bay Road, Bracknell (RG12 2NS ) and we hold a service on Sunday mornings at 11:15 where we meet to worship God and to share in bread and wine, by which we remember the salvation made possible through the Lord Jesus Christ, as he himself instructed.

We also hold talks proclaiming the gospel message each Sunday at either 10am or 2:30pm (see our ‘Talks’ page for more details), and we have a thriving youth club and Sunday School.

We have a friendly, family atmosphere and you will always receive a warm welcome.