Goffstown Methodist Church now home to Christadelphians
After much renovation and updating, the Christadelphians of Goffstown hosted an open house at the worship hall that they purchased more than two years ago.
Supporters put in countless hours of hard work cleaning, building, scrubbing, painting, refinishing and more. Electricity was updated, additional bathrooms were installed, and handicap accessibility was arranged.
Christadelphians are a worldwide group of enthusiastic Bible students. They believe that the Word of God is their sole authority on matters of doctrine and practice. With no paid clergy, they take turns serving in the necessary roles within their “ecclesia” (the Greek New Testament word for church).
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