I have always believed in God but did not have a personal relationship with Him. I went to New Heys High School where upon hearing the Easter story, related by a Christian RE teacher, I realised that Jesus had died on the cross for my sins, I was 13 yrs old…
For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God
is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Morning Service: 11 am
The pool of Bethesda
Evening Service: *6.00pm*
Carols by Candlelight
Followed by Mince pies and tea
Welcome to Dovecot Evangelical Church
The Website is aimed at giving you an introduction
to who we are, what we're about, and what we get up to. So whether you're new to us, to Dovecot, to Christianity, or just curious about the Church or the Christian faith, follow the menu links to find out more.
If you are new to us, look in "About Us" where you'll see some faces, read about what “We Believe”, find out the times of our “Meetings”, and how to get to us, we'd love to meet you in person.
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Come and see us at one of our services.
Carols by Candlelight
15th December ‘13
6.00pm - 7.00pm
Speaker - Joshua Kelso
Listen to the talks from the day conference on preaching from the pulpit and from the pavement by Stuart Olyott and David Harding
Nearly 70 people came along to hear these talks and you can now have the same privilege today,
Just click on ‘Handling the Word’ to hear them
23rd November 2013
at Dovecot Evangelical Church
Christmas Morning Family Service
11.00 am till 11.45
25th December 2013
Come and join us as we remember
the birth of Christ.
Speaker:- Joshua Kelso
God with us-EMMANUEL
Angelic choirs the good news tell
To save this sin-entangled earth
God sent His Son-a lowly birth
Within a busy Jewish town-
From heaven’s glory He came down.
At night within a stable dim
A humble family welcomed Him
No pomp, no glittering cavalcade,
But loving arms of Jewish maid
To greet His coming-heaven’s plan
To bring new hope to sinful man.
This Christmas, mid the festive rush
Of that first wondrous Christmas night
And ask ourselves can we invite
The Saviour Jesus to come in
To free us from the power of sin.
Mabel W. Petchey
|Steve T Fr|
|Who made them|
|Where are you going|
|Handling The Word|
|Food for thought|
|Cain and Abel|
|The Tower of Babel|
|Writing on wall|
|Mary & Joseph|
|Simeon & Anna|
|Water to wine|
|Lame Man Walks|