Our Church isn't bricks and mortar.... it's plasterboard and prayer...!! No, it's actually neither of those things. The bible teaches us that the Church is the people - that we can meet anywhere, anytime, and that is Church.
If you want to know about this Church, you need to know the people. Here you'll find lots of stories about our Church - how God has displayed his faithfulness, grace and mercy to us, past events that we have enjoyed and our plans for the future. Hopefully, they will give you a feel for what BCLC is really like.
So now you are no longer strangers and foreigners. You are citizens along with all of God’s holy people. You are members of God’s family. Together, we are his house, built on the foundation of the apostles and the prophets. And the cornerstone is Christ Jesus himself. We are carefully joined together in him, becoming a holy temple for the Lord.
We have our first service in the new building
The countdown has begun
It's time for us to move home!
Church Building Update - Jan 18
Building Update Jan 18
Wilberforce Two Trust
BCLC has moved!
Details of our moving day and new building
Our New Building
See a walkthrough of our new Church building
BCLC is moving!
After much prayer and hard work, BCLC has acquired our new building and will be moving on Friday 8th September!
BCLC Church Building Development Programme
BCLC is expanding! Find out about our Church Building Development Programme and how you can get involved.
New things for BCLC!
For some time now we have been outgrowing our building particularly on Sundays. This is a very exciting development f...
Ashot ministers in Armenia and beyond
Ashot has been connected with BCLC since 1989. He leads a Church in Armenia and has a ministry far beyond that. Read ...
After8 does Soul Survivor
In August 2015, our young people attended Soul Survivor - a Christian Camp (and we do mean camp!) just for young peop...
God is faithful to our family
When Daniel was diagnosed with a heart condition while still in the womb his parents, Micheal and Josie, had to put a...
A miraculous birth
There were unexpected complications when Liron-Paul was born. It was a dangerous time for him, and a stressful and fr...
Family life in Cambodia
Brandon, Natasha and their children India, Judah and Naomi live in Cambodia, serving with AIM - a charity that works ...
Stories from the Street Pastors
Perhaps we think of the "mission field" as somewhere far away. Probably hot, definitely scary. But our mission field ...
Lynn is filled with the Holy Spirit
Lynn came from a background of Spiritualism and later, the Jehovah's Witnesses. She didn't seem like an ideal candida...
Pauline arrives at BCLC
Pauline is a new member of BCLC. She wasn't sure if BCLC was the place for her, but when she came, God showed her she...
My arm was healed
John fractured his arm in January 2015, and was told he would have to have an operation. Many people in the Church we...
God found us a new home
Last time Abigail moved, she had a list of things she needed in a new home - and a tight budget. She didn't think she...
Journey into Christmas
Read about our alternative Carol Service from 2015. Creative worship, drama, video presentation and mince pies came t...
Find out how Kerry became a Christian and the difference it has made to her. Kerry was a teenager when she became ...