The Christadelphians are a religious group who base their beliefs wholly on the Bible, regarding it as fully inspired by God. The name "Christadelphian", meaning "Brothers in Christ", was first used in the mid-1800s, but we believe that there have been people who share our beliefs throughout history. We are confidently waiting for Christ to return to earth when He will set up the Kingdom of God.

The Swindon Christadelphian Hall was built and completed in 1936 on Eastcott Hill, where we continue to meet for our Sunday morning service, Bible talks, Bible Study Class, Sunday School and family days. We call our church an 'Ecclesia' which is Greek for 'church'. You will find both terms used interchangeably on our website.

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SUNDAY Breaking of Bread 10:00 am
  Please note: On Sunday 9 September 18, due to road closures in the area, the services at the Hall are being relocated.
If you are thinking of attending please call Mike Pearce (see diary entry) or phone 01793 317778.
  Refreshments 11:30 am
  Bible Address (subjects may change without notice) 12:00 Midday
  9 September 18 - Service cancelled at Hall  
  20 September 18 - The number 40 in the Bible