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Who we are...

We are a CHURCH. According to the Bible that does not mean a building, nor a denomination, but a group of Christians meeting together in a particular place. Our church is made up of ordinary people from all kinds of backgrounds yet with one thing in common - our lives have been changed by the Christian gospel. The word 'gospel' is a Bible word that simply means 'good news'.

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What we do...

At the heart of all our church activities is the teaching of the Bible, the Word of God. We aim to present the teaching of the Bible in a clear and contemporary manner. It is our conviction that when God's Word is explained, God's voice is heard.

Covid-19...

Please note, that due to the Coronavirus outbreak we are doing things differently.

Firstly, the Church is now able to meet in the building on a Sunday evening at 6pm. As we meet in compliance with Government guidance to ensure the safety of all attendees, capacity will be limited and therefore those who wish to attend need to contact the Church by email on gbcu4408@gmail.com as soon as possible.

A short video about the new arrangements can be found on Facebook Video and in the information leaflet here.

Secondly, due to greatly reduced capacity in the building we are still unable to meet on a Sunday morning and therefore we will be continuing with the Facebook Livestreams. You can also catch-up later by watching the videos by following the link below
Facebook Livestreams.

More information will appear here and on our Facebook page as we prepare to start meeting in the Church building

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Regular Blog....

Click the pictute above to read a regular blog from our full time Elder, Ole Kristian Hunt.

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Information for Visitors

We can be found in south Ulverston on the Furness Peninsula.
The Church building is on the corner of Quebec Street and the A590.
Address including Postcode is:
Grace Baptist Church
Quebec Street
Ulverston
Cumbria
LA12 9AD

Hymn Books and Bible...
We use the NIV (2011) as our Bible Translation
We use the Praise hymnbook and a home grown book of worship hymns and songs