||Christadelphian pioneers, John Thomas and Robert Roberts, established Christadelphian
communities in English-speaking countries in the Americas, Europe, South Africa and
||The Christadelphian Auxiliary Lecturing Society (CALS) was formed to aid preaching in the
||The first CALS advertisement was placed in Oslo and preaching was undertaken in Paris.
||Preaching campaigns staged in France and Norway.
||Preaching campaign in British Guiana (now Guyana). The Christadelphian Bible Mission (CBM) was
formed as the overseas section of the CALS.
||Preaching started in India, Africa, the Far East and the Caribbean.
||The Australasian CBM is formed to expand the work in Asia and the western Pacific.
||The CBM Welfare Fund is set up to provide relief for those of our overseas members in distress.
The CBM General Fund continues, with its purpose of supporting the preaching work.
||Advertisements in Esperanto attract interest from several European countries, including
Czechoslovakia, Poland, Russia and Hungary.
||The Pacific Coast CBM is formed, based in USA, with responsibility for work in Mexico and
||The Pacific Coast CBM is succeeded by the CBM of the Americas, with responsibility for South
and Central America.
||After the fall of communism, there is growing interest in Eastern Europe. The first ecclesia in
Eastern Europe is formed in Sofia, Bulgaria.
||The CALS and CBM agree that the CBM should become an independent charity.
||The South African CBM is formed to preach in South Africa and its neighbouring countries,
including Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho, and Swaziland.
||CBM (UK) hands over responsibility for the Caribbean to the CBM of the Americas (CBMA),
and for Nepal to the ACBM.