Christadelphian Hall in Victoria St., Lockwood, Huddersfield.
Christadelphians have met at Victoria Street since 1940 but the movement came to Huddersfield much earlier, in 1859.
Christadelphians are a religious group who believe the bible is the true word of God and error-free. They believe that one day, Jesus will return to earth and wake his dead followers, giving immortality to those who lived by God’s rules.
The name Christadelphian was first used in the mid-1800s. The movement was founded by Dr John Thomas.
The word ‘Christadelphian’ is taken from Greek and means Brothers in Christ.
The Hall in Lockwood has recently closed due to dwindling numbers in the congregation.