The Meriden Christadelphians...
were founded in 1893. We moved to a facility in Yalesville in 1961 where we met for 52 years. In 2013, we finished building and relocated to a new hall where we currently meet at
145 Evansville Avenue, Meriden, CT 06451.
Who are the Christadelphians?
The word Christadelphian means "Brethren in Christ". The Christadelphians are a worldwide fellowship bound together by a common faith in the Gospel preached by Jesus Christ, his apostles, and disciples in the first century. It is this faith and its appeal to men and women from all walks of life which brought the community into existence. We seek to exemplify the character of Christ in our own lives and sincerely desire to grow closer to God our Father
through daily prayer and Bible reading.
For more information, please play the video below and see our Resources page. Click here for more information on the history of the Christadelphians in Meriden, Connecticut and photos from the construction of our new building.
The Worldwide Christadelphian Community
The Meriden Christadelphians
I have come as a light into the world, so that everyone who believes in me should not remain in darkness.
(The words of Jesus Christ in John 12:46)
We are closed due to COVID-19 until Sunday, April 4th.