Bexley Christadelphian

We are the Dawn Fellowship Christadelphians who meet in Bexley, Kent, UK.
We also publish the "Light on a New World" Magazine

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The Kingdom is Coming
Jesus Christ said he will return to the earth to establish the Kingdom of God; it is a clear Bible theme that speaks of a time of perfect peace. Find out more about the reality of this and how it will affect you. The Bible contains a clear message that has profound relevance to our lives today.
Light on a New World is a free quarterly magazine on Bible topics and about 30 pages. This is supported and written by the members of Dawn Fellowship and organised by members of the Bexley Ecclesia. Take this link Light on a New World Magazine to find a list of over 60 previous issues that you can download to read today. Plus the following Special Editions: Light on Christadelphians, Light on The Bible, Light on Prophecy and Light on Jesus Christ. Dawn Bookets is a free series of 14 to 18 pages. This is supported and written by the members of Dawn Fellowship. Take this link Dawn Booklets to find a growing list of booklets that you can download to read today.

Key Topics

Key Topics

Other Information

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Below is our current Bible talk series for the first half of 2019

Date Topic Speaker
March 10 Israel's Chosen People Gary Samson
March 17 Man's plan versus God's plan Ian Giles
March 24 Creation versus Evolution Simon Boyd
March 32 The Christian faith in today's society Alex Wordsworth
April and May - No Bible Talks
June 2 What the Bible teaches about doing good Justin Giles
June 9 What the Bible teaches about heaven and hell Stephen Bonner
June 16 What the Bible teaches about the holy trinity Nigel Griffiths
June 23 What the Bible teaches about baptism John Carpenter
June 30 What the Bible is still important today Alex Wordsworth
July and August - No Bible Talks

For the whole series, this year go to Weekly Talks

These are held at:

Hurst Place Community Centre,
Hurst Road,
Kent. DA5 3LH

on most Sundays at 6:30 pm (God willing):

  • All welcome and no charge.
  • These informal talks last about 30 to 40 minutes.
  • Just turn up on the day - everyone is welcome to join us.
  • Afterwards there is a free tea or coffee and an opportunity to ask questions and chat.