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Reading Jeremiah in two days

By Vanessa Rigby, 01 Mar 2021

Half term was a little bit different because of current restrictions and it was also different because it was the first time I remember having the whole half term off with my boys. So I set myself a challenge, and for some I guess this would be...

Reading Jeremiah in two days

Confessions of a Narnia laggard

By Tom Day, age 23, 01 Mar 2021

My relationship with reading has often been a love-hate relationship. I have great memories of sitting in my parent’s bed reading under the warm glow of the bedside lamp whilst my younger brothers were put to bed next door. Those evenings carry joyful memories of...

Confessions of a Narnia laggard

Emotions: Mirrors of the heart

By Gerry Straker, 01 Mar 2021

Emotions: Mirrors of the heart: Hope for those in the grip of powerful emotionsCatherine Haddow This book, written by a Chartered Psychologist, would serve as a good introduction to Biblical counselling. Haddow has a helpful section (pp28-35) on both the positives and negatives of CBT (Cognitive Behavioural...

Emotions: Mirrors of the heart

Church continues at the Alhambra

By Gerry Straker, 08 Jan 2021

Wonderfully, in God's grace, in Lockdown 3, we are still allowed to meet on Sunday mornings! Come and hear some good news for a change!  We are meeting at 10am at the Alhambra, LA4 4EU. Please book on here.  We have reviewed our Risk Assessment, and are briefing...

Church continues at the Alhambra

Why train for gospel ministry now? During the Covid crisis?

By Tom Day, 18 Dec 2020

In my first article I outlined the importance of training for gospel ministry. Training for gospel ministry is so important because it is: the pattern of the Christian life, an important task with high stakes consequences, and good for growth of both the Christian and the church. But why...

Why train for gospel ministry now? During the Covid crisis?

Why train for gospel ministry?

By Tom Day, 10 Dec 2020

At the end of August 2020, I packed my bags to leave north London where I had been studying for 3 years at Oak Hill Theological College. I previously had only lived at home (a small town on the south coast) before college, and moving...

Why train for gospel ministry?

Behold Him

By Gerry Straker, 01 Dec 2020

Please join us for our Christmas series at Church by the Bay. All our live and in-person services are risk assessed and covid-secure. Please book in using our booking form. The services will also be live-streamed.  Behold Him... Date Title Bible Venue Sunday 13th Dec Come into the world Hebrews 10:5 Alhambra Sunday 20th Dec Come...

Behold Him

Track and Trace

By Gerry Straker, 30 Nov 2020

Between Monday-Friday 7th-11th December 5pm-7pm pick a time of your choosing with your household to track and trace the nativity around the West End of Morecambe. This is a Christmas treasure hunt with nativity scenes and the Christmas story on videos to collect! Covid-secure and risk-assessed. Wrap...

Track and Trace

Christmas at Church by the Bay

By Gerry Straker, 19 Nov 2020

Some Christmas cheer in lockdown II - come join us at Church by the Bay to hear some good news... On Friday November 27th at 8pm is our Christmas women's event: making a rag wreath online together. It costs £5.  A bag for the night will be delivered to all guests...

Christmas at Church by the Bay

Announcing a new venue

By Gerry Straker, 23 Oct 2020

Meeting together is so important. The physical gathering of church is not a bonus for some of us who can make it, rather it’s what we were created and saved for. Many blessings attend us when we attend Church! Read more on the theology of...

Announcing a new venue