The Christadelphians are a body of Christians that place their beliefs wholly on the Bible. The name "Christadelphian" means "brethren in Christ"(Greek) and was adopted well over 100 years ago.
Our aim is to live by faith in Jesus Christ, according to the teaching of his followers from the first century AD. We believe that those who follow Jesus and his apostles now, looking for strength and forgiveness from God, may confidently place their hope in Christ's return to the earth, when He will bring eternal life to His people and establish the long-awaited Kingdom of God.
The Glasgow Kelvin Christadelphians are one of several groups of Christadelphians within the Glasgow area. For details of where we meet please click here.
Although we (as an ecclesia) are based in Glasgow, Christadelphians from all over the UK help to keep this site running, either by contributing articles to our What the Bible Says about... section or helping us send out the FREE Learn to read the Bible Effectively course. The map below shows the locations of ecclesias we have received help from and provides links to their websites if available.
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