About Us

The Seventh Day is a non-profit organisation, focused on the production and distribution of music projects created by Christadelphian brothers and sisters for both personal meditation and wider use within the community where suitable.

Lyrics are Bible based, with music that seeks to complement the words by giving expression to the many aspects of spiritual life and the challenges of godly living. We believe that our musical heritage has had a powerful place across cultures and the funds raised through these projects are used to buy musical instruments, hymnbooks/songbooks and lessons to assist spiritual music development in mission areas which too often do not get to share in the richness of our community’s music.

The title, "The Seventh Day", is a reference to the Genesis account where God created the heavens and the earth in 6 days, and on the seventh day He rested and made it a day of blessing for all of his creation. This points to the greater day when God will restore the earth to be like Eden and bring the long awaited sabbath rest for all his children. We pray that these songs might help carry today’s disciples through their mortal days until their faith is turned to sight and they sing a new song unto God and to the Lamb forever. Amen. 

The current contributors to the music and distribution include James & Charlotte DiLiberto, Phil Rosser, Nathan Coad, Rochelle Hadley, Jarrod & Abi Edgecombe, Steph Jamieson, Timon Burney, Luke Jurevicius, Aletheia Burney. 

"There remains, then, a Sabbath-rest for the people of God; for anyone who enters God’s rest also rests from their works, just as God did from his. Let us, therefore, make every effort to enter that rest, so that no one will perish by following their example of disobedience."
Hebrews 4v9-11

(The Seventh Day and its projects are self-funded. All profits go towards supporting future projects and/or a variety of other Christadelphian projects or causes. We ask that you please do not make copies of the works available or distribute them without permission.)

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