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I began to ask myself three ‘life’ questions:- ‘Who am I’? - ‘Why am I here’? And ‘What is the point to this miserable existence’? 

Then I attended a Christianity Explored course which helped cement my faith in Jesus


When I was sixteen I started to attend the youth club at a church at the top of my road where I lived in Birkenhead. At one meeting I was asked us that if we were to die tonight where would we go to – Heaven or Hell. Even though there were lots of people in the meeting, I felt that I was the only person there.


I can still remember the terrible loneliness that I felt left as an only child.  However I had a very close friend who I could always talk to and say just how I felt. His name was Jesus....


Hi my name is Bill, I first came to Dovecot Church in 1964 however, I walked away from these things in my teenage years and stopped going to church.

Later I came to feel the truth and force of all that I had heard in my early years back at Dovecot Sunday School. I felt that God was calling me back to Himself.....


I grew up in a Christian home. My earliest memory of realising that I was a sinner and that it was Jesus’ work on the cross that saved me from the wages of my sins was when I was in church and I heard the lyrics “I’ll never know how much it costs to see my sins up on that cross”. It was in that moment that the gospel resonated with me.


I was brought up in the Church of England and started attending church at 4 years of age. I have always believed in God but did not have a personal relationship with Him. On hearing the Easter story at school, I realised that Jesus had died on the cross for my sins....


I was born into a catholic family and was baptised according to the catholic doctrine.  Later in life, I went to anther Church where I learnt more about God and His gift to man in the person of Jesus Christ.  I acknowledged my sins before God and invited the Lord Jesus into my life.  


As a little girl I was conscious of wanting to please God but I didn't know how to do it.

I went to a young people's meeting at a church

That night I prayed to God and asked Him to come into my life.

Now nearly fifty years on God is still with me and I am with Him.

John Ba

I was born into a broken home and aged 11 became resident at Strawberry Field children’s home, when aged 16 I joined the army, in the Kings Regiment. Aged 22 having served Queen and country for 6 years, travelling the world and experiencing the horrors of war, life for me was extremely difficult.

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