Czech Republic

Part of the Soviet bloc until the “Velvet Revolution” in 1989, the Czech Republic is the wealthiest and most westward-looking of ex-Soviet countries. It separated from Slovakia in 1993. Both countries joined the EU in May 2004. Sometimes now referred to as Czechia.

Population: 10.5 million.
Language: Czech.
Main religion: Roman Catholic.

Link man Jeremy Morgan

CBM activities Regular preaching and pastoral visits are from the UK and Germany. Public talks and an annual Bible weekend are held in Prague.


Web site

Ecclesias Prague; members widely scattered (10 in total)

Czech literature

Contact Jeremy Morgan

Correspondence courses:

  • CBM 18-lesson course


  • Bible Basics
  • The man who was promised the world
  • After death – what?
  • A letter to my Czech friend
  • The Holy Spirit
  • Israel: God’s people, God’s land
  • Jesus: God the Son or Son of God?
  • Who are the Christadelphians?
  • The Kingdom of God on earth
  • Christ is coming!
  • Hope for a hopeless world
  • Sunday and the Sabbath
  • Errors of the Jehovah’s Witnesses
  • Why are there so many churches?
  • Why are there so many churches?
  • Introducing the Christadelphians
  • Do you believe in the devil?
  • An Appeal to Roman Catholics

Slovak literature

  • After death – what?
  • Israel: God’s people, God’s land
  • Who are the Christadelphians