The word CHRISTADELPHIAN means Brothers and Sisters in Jesus Christ. In Stratford-upon-Avon, and in all our groups around the world, our members are made up of young and old, male and female.

In Stratford we meet in a spacious hall in Rother Street, close to the town centre. Christadelphians try to read a part of the Bible every day, and all of our services, and our beliefs, are based solely on the Bible.

We hold three main meetings each week, which are sometimes supplemented by other activities. We use several different versions of the Bible, such as the New International, New King James, and the Authorised Version. This last one is the work which was commissioned by King James I, and was translated from the original languages of Hebrew and Greek at the same time as Shakespeare was writing many of his plays – an interesting connection with Stratford-upon-Avon.

Bible Talk

Sundays, 10 am

The meeting lasts about an hour and is followed by light refreshments. Each week there is a different speaker and a different topic, so a range of Bible teaching is covered over time. Various techniques, including PowerPoint, are used to present the Bible message.

“Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel …” (Mark 16 verse 15)

21st July – To be Confirmed

28th July – 3 Resurrections

Next month’s titles will follow soon

Breaking of Bread

Sundays, 11.15 am

This time of worship is the focal point of our week, when we take bread and wine to remember the sacrifice of the Lord Jesus Christ, and reflect upon its significance for us.

“And he took bread… broke it and gave it to them, saying, ‘This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me’.” (Luke 22 verse 19)

Bible Class

Wednesdays, 10.30 am (last in month 7:30pm)

This is usually led by a visiting speaker, who talks about his studies on a Bible subject, and provides opportunity for discussion.

“Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path.” (Psalm 119 verse 105)

“But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and His righteousness.” (Matthew 6 verse 33)


We don’t know it all, but we’re always willing to discuss and to learn. We fully admit that the Bible is not always easy to understand, especially if we have no one else to ask. So do please visit us, or drop a written question in our letterbox, with your contact details, and we’ll be pleased to help.