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About Christadelphian Care Homes

Christadelphian Care Homes has over 40 years’ experience of delivering care to those within our faith, and others, who need a 'helping hand' in later years. Whether you, your friend or a family member is in need of residential, nursing, dementia or respite care, we’re here to help and can assure you of the very highest quality care.

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Our Beliefs

Underpinning our ethos is our belief and faith in the things contained in the Bible.
The name ‘Christadelphian’ means ‘brothers and sisters in Christ’. We have been known by this name for well over 100 years and there are Christadelphians in countries all over the world. Our aim is to live by faith in Jesus Christ, according to the teaching of his followers from the first century AD:
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That God is all-powerful, all-knowing and the creator of the universe.
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That Jesus Christ is His Son, whose death brought about the means to the fulfilment of God’s purpose on Earth.
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That man is sinful and in need of salvation from God.
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That baptism by complete immersion in water is necessary for salvation.
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That believers should live a morally upstanding life before God, standing apart from the lax values of modern society.
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That death is only a ‘sleep’ until the judgement day at the return of Jesus to the Earth.
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That Jesus will return to the Earth to establish a Kingdom for His Father, of which we can be part of.

Our Ethos

1. Strong sense of family

Leviticus chapter 19 verse 18 – thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself

Our ethos is to treat people in the way we would like to be treated. In doing this we create a friendly, caring environment where we are delighted to do the best for those we work with. We exhibit this philosophy in our homes.

2. Integrity in action

Psalm 101 verse 2 – I will behave myself wisely in a perfect way

We will always deal in an honest, transparent way maintaining trust and dignity. We match our behaviours to our words and take responsibility for our actions.

3. Humility to understand

Acts chapter 20 verse 19 – serving the Lord with all humility of mind

Humility distinguishes the wise from the foolish. We recognise that everyone has something to learn, we will seek to understand and then to be understood. We will go into all situations planning to learn from whatever happens.

4. Compassionate in delivery

1 Peter chapter 3 verse 8 - having compassion for one another; love as brothers, be tenderhearted, be courteous

We strive to do the best in everything we do. We are determined to inspire compassion and confidence in every action.

5. Diligent work ethic

Proverbs chapter 31 verse 31 – give her of the fruit of her hands; and let her own works praise her in the gates

We are motivated to grow and learn. We are conscientious and disciplined to achieve our goals. We will persevere to exceed expectations.
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