We hold public talks in our local hall on Sundays. Talks are scheduled on a six-monthly basis and cover a wide range of subjects. We welcome all to join us:

Date Time Title Category
07-Jan 2:30 PM Has the Bible changed? Big Question
14-Jan 10:00 AM The nature of man First Principle 
21-Jan 2:30 PM Prophecy proves the Bible is reliable Why believe the Bible
28-Jan 10:00 AM Is religion out of date? Big Question
04-Feb  2.30 PM The Old Testament Law – ahead of its time Why believe the Bible
11-Feb 10:00 AM The future of the Middle East Big Question
18-Feb 2.30 PM The nature of God First Principle 
25-Feb 10:00 AM God’s promises to King David First Principle
04-Mar 2.30 PM Baptism is essential for salvation First Principle 
11-Mar 10:00 AM Happy families – listening and forgiveness
18-Mar 2.30 pM What is Jesus doing now?
25-Mar 10:00 AM A brief look at Biblical history Why believe the Bible 
01-Apr 2.30 PM  There is hope for the future!  First Principle 
08-Apr 10:00 AM Bible archaeology – the latest findings Why believe the Bible 
15-Apr 2.30 PM The Bible says God did not use evolution Why believe the Bible
22-Apr 10:00 AM What is the Holy Spirit? First Principle
29-Apr 10:00 AM Why should I choose Christianity? Big Question 
06-May 2.30 PM Bible teaching – attitudes towards each other  
13-May 10:00 AM What Jesus said about himself
20-May 2:30 PM What is the Kingdom of God? Big Question
27-May 10:00 AM The day of Judgement Why believe the Bible
03-Jun 2:30 PM Noah – a story about the modern world   
10-Jun 10:00 AM How God reveals himself to us Big Question 
17-Jun 2:30 PM Good vs Evil First Principle
24-Jun 10:00 AM The Bible in the news Why believe the Bible

First Principle: The first principles are the core Bible Teachings. Christadelphians believe that these are necessary for salvation.

Why believe the Bible: In these days and times a number of people say that we should not believe the Bible. These talks outline some of the reasons why the Bible is still important.

Big Question: There are a number of big questions to which the Bible can offer an answer. These talks aim to deal with these questions.

Bible Study Class

On Wednesday evenings we meet to hold a Bible Study Class at 8pm. Here Bible topics will often be investigated in more detail, helping to ensure that we correctly understand God’s message. This is a principle that was encouraged by the early Christians. The Apostle Paul in Acts Ch 17 notes the following of a group that met in Berea (Northern Greece): “they received the word with all eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see if these things were so.”

As with all our meetings, all are welcome to attend.

The Memorial Service

Each Sunday morning we meet together at 11:15am to share bread and wine, as Jesus commanded, to remember his life of perfect obedience to God and that he laid down his life for us. Taking the emblems or the memorial service is usually known as communion. Only baptised Christadelphians share in this symbol of remembrance as part of our Sunday service. For those who do not share Bible beliefs as understood by the Christadelphians (and are also baptised) it is not suitable to share in the bread and wine. However we warmly encourage you to come and worship with us and listen to words of encouragement brought out from the Bible.

Special Talks

On the first Wednesday of each month, we’ll be putting on a series of special talks looking at a range of subjects.

These will be held at 8pm at North Ascot Community Centre, Fernbank Road, Ascot, SL5 8LA.


The Wonders of Creation – in Plants
Wednesday 2nd May

Ever wondered what it is that makes someone believe in God and why the idea of design in nature rather than evolution is not unreasonable? Using examples of plant pollination, the logic behind design and creation, is explained using examples of great product designers from the automotive and fashion industry which alongside the natural world, reveal God as the Great Designer and conclude that as God is the Creator of all things, anything he says is worth listening to.

The presenter Matthew Biggs is a gardener, writer and broadcaster and author of several books