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
No booking required, but please get in touch if you have any questions.
The Bible – The Word of God
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
Light refreshments will be provided. Booking is not required but please contact for any further information: email@example.com
Please note that on Sunday 11th September we will not be meeting at our usual venue but at the home of John and Sally. Please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call (0121 530 0621) if you would like to attend and want some more information.
As many of our members are away, there will be no meeting on Sunday, 19th June.
The Christadelphians in Stafford and Cannock are jointly hosting a series of events this Easter under the theme “Peace 4 All”.
For full details, visit their website: www.peace4all.org.uk
Events include: A Bible exhibition, a dramatic presentation of the evidence for the question “Did Jesus really die on the Cross?”, Children’s Summer School, Evening presentations and more…
As many of our members are away over Easter there will be no meeting on Sunday, March 27th.
We are launching a new series of informal presentations that explore the key messages of the Bible and their personal relevance to 21st Century people.
Come along to our first presentation under the title: A Vision for Peace in the Middle East.
Thursday 26th March at 7:30pm
Metro Inn, Birmingham Road,
Walsall, WS5 3AB
For further details contact the information line:
T: 0121 530 0621
We are proud to present our series of FREE Gardening Workshops. Qualified horticultural lecturer and member of Walsall Christadelphians, Jon Ensell, will be leading three activity sessions on the theme:
“An Historic Look at Gardening in the Bible”
|Wednesday 18th June 7:30pm
||Plant Cultivation – finding its roots in the Bible
|Wednesday 16th July 7:30pm
||Social History of Plants – how plants were used in the Bible
|Wednesday 3rd September 7:30pm
||The Naming of Plants – taxonomy influenced by the Bible
The sessions will last around an hour with tea, coffee and cake provided free of charge. Please contact Jon or Claire Ensell for more information or to book on 0121 353 3481 or email email@example.com
The sessions will be hosted at:
Roots to Fruit Midlands Ltd.
51, Chester Road,
Yesterday we finished reading through the gospel of Mark in our Adult Bible Reading class. The gospel concludes with the astonishing discovery that Christ’s tomb is empty.
You seek Jesus of Nazareth, who was crucified. He has risen; he is not here. See the place where they laid him. But go, tell his disciples and Peter that he is going before you to Galilee. There you will see him, just as he told you. Mark 16 v 6-7 (ESV)
The empty tomb and the reality of Christ’s resurrection from the dead revolutionised the lives of his disciples in the 1st Century AD. It still has the power to do the same for us.
Do you not know that all of us who have been baptised into Christ Jesus were baptised into his death? We were buried therefore with him by baptism into death, in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life. Romans 6 v 3-4 (ESV)
What does the Bible mean by being “baptised into Christ Jesus”? What does walking in “newness of life” look like? Drop us a line or pay us a visit on a Sunday morning and learn with us.
Hebrews 11 is one of the chapters for today in the Bible reading plan that many Christadelphians follow. It is often called “the faith chapter” and is full of examples of men and women of faith from the Old Testament.More than that, it records how their faith motivated to do something.
Wordle.net is a fantastic site for creating a visual representation of text. The more times a word occurs in the text the larger it is in the wordle. This is Hebrews 11 from the English Standard Version.
The writer of the letter explains that he would love to spend a lot more time writing about the examples of Bible characters but time constrains him. Also, he wants to emphasise that great as these men and women were, they are dead and buried, still waiting for the reward that God is going to give them.
“And all these, though commended through their faith, did not receive what was promised, since God had provided something better for us, that apart from us they should not be made perfect.” Hebrews 11v39-40
Want to learn more about the “something better for us”? Me too. Get in touch and come and read the Bible with us.