What do we do?


The following regular meetings take place, God willing. Please note new timings commencing  January 2019!

  • SUNDAY Breaking of Bread Service at 10.30am  for baptised members
  • SUNDAY SCHOOL at 10.30am held every other week for children aged 7-10 years. Please contact us on 01395-514035 to check for date changes

Coffee break at 11.45am followed by…

  • Half hour meeting on advertised Bible topics at 12.15pm for interested friendswhen you will be most welcome to join us to hear the Gospel message
  • THURSDAY Bible Class at 3pm (Oct – Mar)  OR  7.30pm (Apr – Sept) for more detailed topics with discussion
  • WEDNESDAY Coffee Morning are held on the second Wednesday of the month at 10:30am followed by informal Bible reading, when we sit in a circle to read two verses each out loud (if we would like to). Generally we read about three chapters taken from our daily Bible reading plan which, if completed, covers the Old Testament once and the New Testament twice over the course of a year.  This activity is often combined with outings to places of interest.

Other get-togethers are arranged from time to time, sometimes on Saturdays, to enjoy fellowship around the Word of God.  Regular outreach meetings take place in Seaton and surrounding towns.

We hold an Open Day for you to meet us informally and to see inside our hall.

BethesdaSeaton Christadelphians actively support our local Care Home in Torquay, ’Bethesda’, rated ‘Good’ in every aspect by the CQC in October 2019. Places are also offered to non-Christadelphians.

Some practical activities involve members in preaching the Gospel overseas, including Sunday School lessons for children by correspondence, and some knit or provide garments for Jewish families in need in Europe.

Shoe-box parcels containing essential everyday items are made up for poor people living in Russia.

We also hold an annual Coffee Morning to support the MacMillan cancer charity.

We actively support each other in spiritual and practical ways, having a strong sense of family.