We are a small number of local families who live in and around Tewkesbury.
We belong to a Christian religion called “Christadelphians.” This simply means a brother (or sister) in Christ.
To see an independent view of who the Christadelphians are go to the BBC website.
Some key aspects highlighted by the BBC
- Christadelphians aim to get as close as possible to the faith and practice of the early Christian church. They describe themselves as "a lay community patterned after first century Christianity".
- Christadelphians have no priests, paid ministers, or central leadership, and the leadership of local ecclesias (churches) is shared by senior members.
- Christadelphians do not have elaborate churches, robes or ceremonies.