Who are the Christadelphians?

The name "Christadelphian" means "brethren in Christ" which, of course, includes sisters too!
Each of us is bound together with like-minded fellow believers who have been baptised (as adults) into Christ's death and resurrection. The faith we share is that taught by Jesus Himself and then his apostles in the first century. We share the hope of the resurrection from sleep of death to eternal life at Christ's return to the earth and then to enjoy the world-wide reign of Christ Himself as king in Jerusalem.
All arrangements are "God Willing".

The two Christadelphian care homes for the elderly in Leamington Spa, ‘Bethany’ in Clarendon Place, and ‘Peacehaven’ in Kenilworth Road, have recently closed, having been replaced by a new, purpose-built care home, ‘Eden House’ at Lloyd Crescent in Coventry.

Leamington Christadelphians continue to meet at the Christadelphian Hall, 12a Kenilworth Road.