Welcome to Sheffield Christadelphians

Welcome to the website of the Sheffield Christadelphians. We meet regularly in Sheffield to worship God together, read the Bible and share God's good news with others.

There's lots of information here about who we are, where and when we meet, as well as details of the numerous events that take place. Take a look around, we are sure that you will find something of interest.

Christmas Eve Carol Service - 24th December at 2pm

Glad Tidings of Great Joy

This year we are holding our carol service on Sunday 24th of December at the Christadelphian Hall in Sheffield (God willing).  The service starts at 2pm and will be suitable for old and young alike.

Please come along and join in with the singing as we remember the significance of the birth of Jesus, the saviour of the world. Interwoven with carols will be a Bible routed message that will help us consider why the birth of Jesus was such an important event and how it is still very relevant to us living in 2017. If you want to get past the modern trappings of Christmas and concentrate on the real glad tidings of great joy then this is the event for you.

There will be light refreshments afterwards.

You will be most welcome.

Start Reading - Start Growing

A Very Special Book

Overlooked by many, but loved and cherished by others, the Bible is a book that all too often gets left on the bookshelf, or doesn't even appear on the bookshelf. However, for those that wish to learn about the creator of this planet it is the place that we must turn.

Reading the Bible can be be hard for the newcomer to get to grips with. But, with a little patience and some gentle guidance along the way, you will quickly become aware of how special the Bible is.

What's in a Name

The Name

The name 'Christadelphian' may be unfamiliar, or even confusing if you have never come across it before. It is a form of Greek words which literally means  'brothers in Christ'.

So you may ask, why choose this name for the church? Well, when we look at the New Testament we find that Jesus often called his followers his brothers; also the Apostles writing to the new churches shortly after the death of Jesus often addressed their letters to 'the brothers'.