God’s Offer of the Most Precious Thing You Don’t Know You Need

We are very pleased to invite you to our public talk:

“God’s Offers of the Most Precious Thing You Don’t Know You Need

on Tuesday 2nd July at 19:45
Pelsall Community Centre
Station Road

We’d love to see you there. If you can’t make it but you’re interested in what this offer is all about, drop us a line or pay us a visit on a Sunday morning.


Resurrection and Life

We warmly invite you to our next public talk under the title:

Resurrection and Life:
How following Jesus can Give Your Life Meaning Now and Hope Beyond the Grave

Tuesday 25th September, 8pm
Great Barr Memorial Hall
Chapel Lane
Great Barr
B43 7BD

The Bible presents a hope of a life beyond our current mortal experience, a life after death. But do we merely endure our lives now in order to be transported to something better after death?

We aim to show you that the power of this hope lies in its ability to change our lives now.

I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live even if he dies, and the one who lives and believes in me will never die.

Jesus, John 11

Jesus: The Great Healer

Tomorrow we are continuing our studies in Mark’s gospel looking at chapters 2 and 3.

Jesus’ healing work is a theme of these chapters. He cures a paralysed man and another who had a withered hand. In fact, having “healed many” (3 v 10) he seeks refuge in a boat on the lake from the crowds who are crushing around.

Only three chapters into Mark’s record news of Jesus’ miraculous ability to heal is spreading and he is attracting large crowds wherever he goes.

Why did Jesus heal people and how did he have the power to do it? Do Jesus and the gospel still have the power to heal and save today?

Come along and learn with us. Get in touch via email or Facebook if you have any questions.

[the people] were all amazed and glorified God, saying, “We never saw anything like this!”

Mark’s Gospel and Jesus’ Baptism

We started a new series at our Bible Hour* this morning: The Gospel of Mark. As the shortest of the four gospels in the New Testament it is often considered the perfect book to introduce us to Jesus of Nazareth and the things he did and taught.

Mark sets a lively pace from the start and presents Jesus as immediately going to do this or going there straight away. This morning was no exception and within the opening verses of Mark 1 we were introduced to John the Baptist.

Great crowds have gathered from Jerusalem and all over the south of the country (v5) and are watching from the river banks or waiting to be baptised in the water by John.

Jesus joins the crowds and eventually (see Luke 3 v 21) steps into the water himself. John is initially reluctant to baptise Jesus (Matthew 3 v 14) but Jesus explains that “it is fitting for us to fulfil all righteousness.” (Matthew 3 v 15 – ESV).

Jesus showed his willingness to associate with the common people – those he came to save – by mixing in the crowd with them and sharing the same baptism. In doing so he left us an example to follow and received God’s approval from heaven:

“You are my beloved Son, with you I am well pleased.” Mark 1 v 11

Get in touch or pay us a visit if you want to learn more about baptism, what it is and why Jesus considered it important.

*Sundays, 10:30am – all our welcome to join us.

Free Talk – “The Bible: The Word of God: Reliable and Relevant in an Uncertain World”

A general election has just been called in the UK,
Brexit is being negotiated,
France is electing a new president,
Terrorist attacks in London and Paris…

We are living in uncertain times, but the Bible can give us reassurance and confidence for our lives. We’d love to invite you to our next free public talk to explain why.

The Bible: The Word of God: Reliable and Relevant in an Uncertain World

Tuesday 9th May
Moxley People’s Centre
3, Queen Street
WS10 8TA

No booking required, but please get in touch if you have any questions.


The Bible – The Word of God

Are You Worried About Brexit? Free Talk, 29th November

Are you worried about Brexit? Anxious about the consequences of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union?

Walsall Christadelphians are hosting a free public talk on the subject on Tuesday, 29th November at 7:30pm.

West Bromwich Community Centre
Gayton Road
West Bromwich
B71 1QS

Light refreshments will be provided. Booking is not required but please contact for any further information: info@walsallchristadelphians.org.uk