The Christadelphian Tidings of the Kingdom of God is published monthly.

The Brothers and Sisters who write for The Tidings do so on a voluntary basis, and the Magazine is provided FREE to any who would like to read it.  The Magazine is available in a Digital Format both online or via email by subscription.

If you would like to order a printed subscription to the new FULL-COLOR Tidings you may do so simply by making a donation to help cover the printing costs.  The Minimum Donation is USD $25.00, and the Suggested Donation approximates the actual cost of printing and shipping which is USD $50.00. If you can afford to donate more, please do so in order to help out those that cannot afford to.

The Suggested Donation currently translates to:

  • CAD $70.00 for Canada
  • GBP £40.00 for the United Kingdom and Europe
  • AUD $80.00 for Australia and Southeast Asia
  • NZD $80.00 for New Zealand and the South Pacific
  • ZAR $700.00 for South Africa and Central Africa

All Credit Card Transactions are charged in US Dollars.

If you are just wanting to RENEW your Subscription, Click HERE to make a Donation. All the information that we need to process your renewal is captured with the Credit Card.

If you would like to mail a check, please send it to:
Jeff and Kellie Gelineau
567 Astorian Drive
Simi Valley, CA 93065
(805) 796-6045
tidings.publisher@gmail.com

Brothers and Sisters from outside of North America, please contact:

  • United Kingdom & Europe – Bro. Trevor Hanson – EMAIL
  • Australia & Asia – Sis. Beth Symes – EMAIL
  • New Zealand & South Pacific – Sis. Rosemary Jackson – EMAIL
  • Africa – Sis. Gill Miles – EMAIL

The Tidings is published on the 25th of the preceding month. Items for publication should be received by the 10th of the month. Any questions or comments should be addressed to Brother Jeff Gelineau.

Email can be sent to the Editor, Brother Peter Hemingray at editor@tidings.org

Publication of articles does not presume editorial endorsement except on matters of fundamental doctrine as set forth in the BASF.