FREE BIBLE READING SEMINAR SERIES - there will be three this year. Please see here for free seminar details.
Douglas Road · Parkstone · Poole · Dorset · UK · BH12 2AX
Who we are and what we believe
The Parkstone Christadelphian Church has been in Douglas Road, Parkstone, Dorset UK since 1960.
The name ‘Christadelphian’ means ‘Brothers and Sisters in Christ’ and we are members of a world-wide community of Christians. We aim to live our life by faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, according to the teaching of His followers in the first century AD.
We see the Bible as the wholly inspired Word of God and we base all our beliefs on Bible teaching.
Central to Christadelphian belief is that Jesus Christ will soon return to the Earth. He will establish the Kingdom of God and grant eternal life to His people – those who have tried to follow Him and His Father.
We ask all those who are interested in the Gospel message to study their Bible. It will be our privilege and responsibility to help all those who want to come to a knowledge of Bible truth.
Please note that the time for our memorial meeting is 10.30am every Sunday.
We then break for refreshments before commencing our public talk at 12.15pm
The following Sunday afternoon public talks are planned, God willing.
All take place at our Douglas Road Hall and start at 12.15pm. (Except where noted) You'll be sure of a warm welcome when you come along!
After BREXIT- what's next? - given by Craig Wilcox
After the political earthquake that was Brexit - What next for Bible believers?
My Life or God's? - given by Martin Riley
What is Your Life all about? - given by Rowan Stevens
I know not the man - Given by Peter Tyer
Words uttered by the apostle Peter when he denied his association with Jesus.
In this presentation we shall reflect on some lesson from Peter’s life and see how these encourage us to follow Jesus notwithstanding our human shortcomings.
The Man who buried Jesus - given by Graham Jackman
The man who buried Jesus is, of course, Joseph of Arimathea. He appears in the Gospels only in this role, and we therefore know little else about him. Yet of all the people involved in the events surrounding Jesus’ death, he is the one best placed to know whether the tomb really was empty – and he evidently did nothing to counter the Apostles’ proclamation that Jesus had risen from the dead.
And what did Joseph do afterwards? Thinking about his response to these events has a lot to teach us, not only about the past but also about Christian discipleship today.