Lichfield Christian Church

We are a small gathering of people who are walking down the road of following Jesus together.  We are fellow strugglers and fellow learners on this Spiritual journey. Jesus' example has taught us to love God, love one another, and love our neighbour.  That's what we are trying to do with Jesus' help. We hope you can join us at one of our Connect Groups where you can connect with God as we look into how the Bible relates to our everyday life.  The groups usually meet in homes and are friendly, relaxed and informative.  Please see our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's).

Where to Find Lichfield Christian Church

Instead of the traditional Sunday church service, we gather together in small groups during the week called Connect Groups.  Connect Groups usually meet in a home and are designed to help you connect with God and others using the guidance of the Holy Scriptures.  We also have a youth group which meets at Darwin Hall on Fridays (map). Please join us for one of our weekly groups.  For more information about when and where these meetings take place please contact us.

Whitemoor HEY! for Secondary School Youth

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Submitted by admin on Thu, 10/06/2016 - 17:26

A new endeavour for those in secondary school. It's called "Whitemoor HEY!" because it will be held at Whitemoor Lakes, Lichfield which is an outdoor recreation centre.


Whitemoor Hey!

Who: Secondary school age youth
What: A youth club combining fun & faith.  You can count on a good hour of fun and games, then a live worship band and in conclusion a short faith talk related to the Bible.
When: HEY! will run on the 2nd Sunday of every month from 7-9pm. For details see to the left
Where: Whitemoor Lakes (Lichfield)
Barley Green Lane
Lichfield WS13 8QT(map>>)
Cost: £2
Sponsor:  Youth at Whitemoor & Lichfield Christian Church among others
Consent Form Please bring a filled-in parental consent form with you.  Download, print out, and bring with you on the day with parent signature. Download>> You must have a valid parent/carer/guardian as a contact person.

How was the Old Testament Made?

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Submitted by admin on Wed, 03/16/2016 - 00:16

If we say that we believe in the Bible then how do we know if it is reasonable to put our faith in it?  Where does the Old Testament (OT) come from?  How was it made?  These are some of the questions that come to mind. 

If we had the original manuscripts and the originals were inspired by God then we would know that what is printed is true.  But we don't have the original scriptures written down by the authors of the books of the OT so is the copy that we have reliable? 

I am Here

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Submitted by admin on Thu, 03/03/2016 - 21:14

by Jeff Fry, Lichfield Christian Churches (as appeared in the Lichfield Mercury)

When dangers and threats come upon us many of us wonder where God is in all of it.  We can feel all alone in the midst of threatening circumstances and it can instil panic and terror.   It can certainly seem in times such as these that God has abandoned us or is fully unaware of our circumstances.  We can't perceive Christ.  We don't see him and our heart doesn't feel his presence.  

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