Who We Are and What We Do
Who We Are and What We Do
Are you looking to meet with friendly and sincere Christians in Blackpool for a time of friendly and inspiring fellowship with great bible teaching?
Why not come and visit us as we experience the life changing power of the Holy Spirit and the love of God together. If you are settled and committed to another church, we have no desire to ‘steal’ you away; though you are very welcome to join in with us at any time.
We have no desire to bring ‘stuffy religion’ or a form/style that stifles and intimidates. Our times are very warm, friendly and informal, and the foundation stone that underpins our work is the love of God, shared both practically and powerfully through the Holy Spirit. We love to use a variety of instruments along with modern/contemporary and traditional hymns and songs.
We like to think that we are not ‘doing church’ but rather, ‘being’ church.
Tuesdays we have an excellent bible study with refreshments etc at 11am.
Fridays from 10am till 12.30pm, we have table tennis and pool in the main hall.
Our Sunday services start at 10.45am till midday, followed by refreshments.
We have facilities for the disabled as well as use of a kitchen, toilets and a large hall. A number of groups also enjoy the use of the building. Our building is an excellent place of meeting for various activities.
If you would like to get in touch, please call us on 01253 397997 and leave a message or drop us an Email.
We look forward to meeting you.
God bless you!
Pastor Simon Page
Victoria Community Church in Blackpool, Lancashire is friendly and welcoming with a modern, warm building which is fully accessible with disabled facilities and a hearing aid loop. The church has a Congregational Federation approved “Keep Safe” policy and all workers with vulnerable people are Disclosure & Barring Service checked.
We worship in a modern, warm, air-conditioned and comfortable church building. Visitors of all ages are always made to feel very welcome. Tea and coffee are served after all services. Come along and see for yourself – you might even enjoy it !
We have a great deal in common with the other “free churches” like Baptists. Congregational Churches grew from the first non-conformists, in the 16th and 17th centuries, but our principles go back to the New Testament church. Our organisation is based on the church’s total independence from any governing body. The church is managed solely by its members, with God’s guidance. Every church member is involved in the decision-making of the church through the regular church business meetings.
Meet our church leaders – we’d love to connect with you
The mission of the church is to glorify God by making disciples
through the gospel of Jesus Christ. God’s mission and the mission
of His Church are inseparably linked.
Here is a gallery of some church activities we’ve had recently.
For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
Taste and see that the LORD is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him.
And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.