We are Christians. We are believers in the Lord Jesus Christ. Every one of us is trusting simply and solely on the Lord Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of our sins and the salvation of our souls. We practice the baptism of believers by immersion in the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
We firmly believe that the Bible is the Word of God and because of that we believe that it is trustworthy and reliable – it is infallible.
Although we meet in a building called Bloomfield Gospel Hall that is not the name of our assembly (we usually refer to the ‘assembly’ rather than the ‘church’). It is simply a means of identifying the building. We come together as a local assembly of believers, in the Name of the Lord Jesus Christ alone. We embrace the precious promise of the Lord that ‘where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them’ (Matthew 18: 20).
We have no formal links to any other group of Christians. We meet in a simple way and seek to carry out what the Bible teaches in our meetings and in our lives. We are also keen to share the gospel of the grace of God with those that we meet – in practical ways and in presenting it by word of mouth.
Bible Teaching with Iain Lewis (Aberdeen, Scotland), Friday 2nd November and Saturday 3rd November 2018
Bible Readings with Aaron Colgan, Monday 28th January to Friday 1st February 2019
Gospel Meetings and Bible Teaching with Stephen Baker (Liverpool), Saturday 2nd March 2019 Ministry/Teaching 2pm until 5pm, Sunday 3rd March 2019: Gospel at 7pm, Monday 4th to Friday 8th March 2019: Gospel at 8pm
Why the Bible?
What is God like?
What has gone wrong?
Can we save ourselves?
What has God done about it?
How can I be saved?