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:
24 March 2019 - Good News for Sinners - given by Marcus Perryman
God asks us all to stop sinning and to do what he asks. But what if you, like many, cant help making mistakes every now and again even though you try hard.
Come along and find out what good news the Bible has for you.
31 March 2019 - Easter - What's it all about? - given by Eric Lowe
Easter means many different things to different people. This illustrated talk will take a look all the sources of the Easter celebration and bring it into the 21st Century. Then the question will be posed: what does Easter mean to me now I have a better understanding of its true meaning?
07 April 2019 - 'Visions of Glory' - given by Bob Otter
14 April 2019 - 'The Good Samaritan' - given by Vic Perfitt
21 April 2019 - 'Let's go down to the Potter's house' - given by Brian Marshall
28 April 2019 - 'How can we love our enemies' - given by Jeremy Ward
There can be many enemies in our lives. Not just the distant terrorist but much closer to home – or even at home! The Bible tells us to love them but how on earth are we supposed to love people who aren’t nice, who we don’t like and who may even be horrible to us? Surprisingly, it may be easier than we think once we figure out what this controversial statement of Jesus Christ really means.