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Christadelphian Family Feared They Had Been Left Behind By Jesus After Arriving Early For Sunday School

Reports have surfaced of a Christadelphian family who feared that they had been "left behind" after arriving early for Sunday School and finding no one else there.



In the initial shock of realising Jesus may have returned and deemed them unworthy, there was some confusion over whether they were now supposed to weep and gnash their teeth at the same time, or alternate between the two.

Several family members pulled out their phones and looked up various news websites, scanning for reports of strange activity in the Middle East, or reports of mass disappearances of other Christadelphians around the world. Maybe it was still too early? Perhaps the news reports were still being drafted? Would anyone even notice if Christadelphians all suddenly disappeared?

Their fears soon subsided after one family member realised they had simply forgotten to adjust their clocks after daylight saving ended.

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