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.

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'.

Resurrection from the Dead

But Christ has indeed been raised from the dead, the first of those who have fallen asleep. For since death came through a man, the resurrection of the dead comes also through a man. For as in Adam all die, so in Christ all will be made alive.

1 Corinthians Chapter 15 Ver 20-22

Like it or not, it is inevitable that we all die. However, a special event took place a little over 2000 years ago. Jesus Christ, the son of God, and son of Mary rose from the dead.

Sunday School

Sunday School Children

Every Sunday, during term time, we hold a Sunday School. In our Sunday School children learn the basic themes and concepts of the Bible. The children learn in a structured way each week, building each year on their knowledge, so after a few years they can gain a considerable understanding of the Bible (both Old and New Testaments). We believe that Bible teachings can give children a positive set of values, a sense of purpose in life and respect for other people, the world we live in and God.