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Presented in the style of a church service, this immersive, horror-themed podcast shares spiritual insights, comedy and strange church music direct from Creepy Cove, a mysterious, haunted fishing town by the sea...where every horror movie happened for real. Think of it as a safe space to encourage you....only with monsters and stuff. Check out our PATREON program for exclusive bonus content (including a bonus weekly show The Peter Laws Podcast). www.patreon.com/creepycove
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Welcome one and all to Creepy Cove Community Church, the only horror themed church on the planet (as far as we know). This is the FULL SERVICE...if you just want the 'sermon/ talk' then check out the SERMON ONLY version next to this one. Rupert Donk opens tonight's service with some words of extreme caution regarding the dangerous peak on which the church stands. Then we have a special impromptu guest called Ash Williams, who we saw running out of the forest, holding a chainsaw and a shotgun. What on earth could the young scamp have been up to? A party for the youth, we should imagine. Though one wonders if there might be a more sinister reason for the blood on his clothes and chin. Next, Annabelle, the little haunted doll, delivers our Bible Reading, then Peter hops up to the microphone to share some thoughts on 'Dealing with Rejection'.There's a vaguely 'Five Nights at Freddies' meditation after that and then a prayer. Until the service is closed with Ash himself, who offers to sing a smooth bossa nova called 'How Could I Have Known (A Love Song For Linda after I Chopped her Head Off by Ash from The Evil Dead). What a convoluted title, ey? Finally, Peter and Rupert talk about the humble Garibaldi biscuit brand...then it's the end of the service. Thanks for listening. If you appreciate the *crazy hard work it takes to make this FREE show* then please consider joining our Patreon. You'll get various extras and help us keep Creepy Cove going. Thank you!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'How Do I Know What Is True?'Sermon Only Version Season Three - Episode FiveWelcome to the worlds only (as far as we know) horror themed church service. You are most welcome, no matter what your belief.This is the Sermon Only Edition. If you want the FULL SERVICE, featuring an interview with psychic pipsqueak from Stranger Things, Eleven, then check out www.creepycove.com to find the full version. For the sermon we are joined by a special guest speaker. Jonny Mellor is one of the leaders at a church in Birmingham. He’s a hip hop artist and works helps run Sputnik Faith and Arts, which is a network of Christian artists. He will talk to us on the nature of reality, and asking how might we know what is real and true. The multi-talented Mellor then tilts his speaking mike on a slightly funkier angle, so he can spit out some bad-assed rhymes, for is also a 'rap artiste', who brings us this week's Horror Hymn...'Truth Machine'If you found it helpful or fun, please consider joining our Patreon, so we can keep making the shows...plus you get loads of extra content, and can cancel at any time. Nice! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'How Do I Know What Is True?'Full Service feat Eleven from Stranger ThingsSeason Three - Episode FiveWelcome to the worlds only (as far as we know) horror themed church service. You are most welcome, no matter what your belief. Tonights service opens with a little humour from our Church Administrator Rupert Donk. But will his japes tickle the funny bone, or prompt folks to walk out in disgust? After he finds out, he shares some news about local KAB Radio DJ Stevie Wayne who needs a little help at her lighthouse radio station up at Spivy Point. Stevie even sticks around to deliver our Bible reading tonight, too, in her smooth jazz, radio voice. Our special guest is local psychic pipsqueak, Eleven, who will be telling us all about a new workshop she'll be leading at the church on E.S.P. It's called 'Mind How You Go!' Do GO to it. After Stevie Wayne shares the Bible story, we are then joined by a special guest speaker. Jonny Mellor is one of the leaders at a church in Birmingham. He’s a hip hop artist and works helps run Sputnik Faith and Arts, which is a network of Christian artists.The multi-talented Mellor then tilts his speaking mike on a slightly funkier angle, so he can spit out some bad-assed ryhmes, for is also a 'rap artiste', who brings us this week's Horror Hymn...'Truth Machine'After that, Peter has a brief altercation with Stevie (bitter about her ex) Wayne and then it's the end of the service. Thanks for coming! If you found it helpful or fun, please consider joining our Patreon, so we can keep making the shows...plus you get loads of extra content, and can cancel at any time. Nice! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Why 'Forgiving Your Enemies' Makes Weird Sense' - Part 2SERMON ONLY EDITIONSeason Three - Episode FourWelcome one and all, to Creepy Cove Community Church! You are most welcome to join us as we continue out look at a most intriguing idea...that the concept of loving one's enemies makes a weird sort of sense.Please note that this is the 'Sermon Only' version of the service. If you'd like the 'Full Service' (complete with a pretend interview with the kindly ghost of famous painter, Bob Ross, check out the FULL SERVICE) Here, Peter Laws talks to us about why loving enemies might not be as insane as it sounds.After a time of meditation and prayer, it's over to our musical guests. Matt Isaac (featuring Ben Grundy on vocals) with their rousing and spooky rendition of 'What Is The Life Of  a Man'. For more on Matt, do check out his website: www.mattisaacmusic.com!Thanks for listening to Creepy Cove! If you found it interesting, entertaining or helpful, would you please consider becoming a Patron. The support of Patrons is the only way we can make this! Thank you.www.patreon.com/creepycove. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Why 'Forgiving Your Enemies' Makes Weird Sense' - Part 2Full Service feat Spectral Bob RossSeason Three - Episode FourWelcome one and all, to Creepy Cove Community Church! You are most welcome to join us as we continue out look at a most intriguing idea...that the concept of loving one's enemies makes a weird sort of sense. Our church administrator Rupert Donk opens the service with some shocking news about two members of our 'Knit & Natter' group. They have fallen victim to Freddy Krueger who (as you will no doubt know by now) did NOT turn over a new leaf, despite promising to do so in the last service. So be careful out there, Covers!We are then joined by a very special guest...the ghost of legendary oil painter Bob Ross. Yes, Spectral Bob will be chatting to us about painting and his love of nature...but does his love of the natural world go too far? Join us to see what you think. Then it's over to Cora Hale, a werewolf and friend of Bob Ross, who shares a Bible reading with us...eventually. Then it's over to Peter Laws who talks to us about why loving enemies might not be as insane as it sounds. After a time of meditation and prayer, it's over to our musical guests. Matt Isaac (featuring Ben Grundy on vocals) with their rousing and spooky rendition of 'What Is The Life Of  a Man'. For more on Matt, do check out his website: www.mattisaacmusic.com!At the close of the service, Rupert reveals the new artwork that Spectral Bob has been painting throughout the service...but why does Rupert seem so ashamed of the image? Thanks for listening to Creepy Cove! If you found it interesting, entertaining or helpful, would you please consider becoming a Patron. The support of Patrons is the only way we can make this! Thank you. www.patreon.com/creepycove. NOTE: Audio clips of Bob Ross are used under Fair Use for the purposes of parody. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Why 'Forgiving Your Enemies' Makes Weird Sense' - Part 1SERMON ONLY EDITION Season Three - Episode ThreePlease note that this is the SERMON ONLY edition. If you'd like to have the full experience...including an interview with Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees, then check out the FULL VERSION.Peter Laws talks about the topic: 'Why Forgiving Your Enemies Makes Sense'. To be honest, it doesn't make a lot of sense, so we will be intrigued to see where he goes with this particular homilie. After a moment of eerie prayer and meditation (based on the work of a writer called Corrie Ten Boom*), we hand over to a talented singer songwriter called Nathaniel Orr with his moving song: 'Have It Your Way'. “Nate is a singer-songwriter based in South Wales and is currently learning how best to serve career artists in their work. He trusts that God will teach and guide him to better understand the wounds in the art world and play a small part in helping to bring God’s healing.”Tonight's topic can be a challenging one for many of us, and for those of us who have been hurt deeply, the idea of loving our enemies can understandably feel foolish or even cruel. We hope that the service does not pressure you in any sort of naive way, but rather we hope it might give some pointers for how your life might be improved. And if it's not for you, ignore it at your leisure!Thank you for attending our windswept church on the peak!*Note: Corrie Ten Boom did not write the hit 90s song Boom, Boom, Shake, Shake the Room. The actual scribes of that pop hit were none other than DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Why 'Forgiving Your Enemies' Makes Weird Sense' - Part 1Full Service feat Freddy Krueger & Jason VoorheesSeason Three - Episode ThreeWelcome to Creepy Cove Community Church! If this is your first time, we forgive you for your heinous neglect...that's because forgiving your enemies actually makes some sense (even though it can also feel like naive insanity!) In this service we explore this topic with zest!Our Church Administrator Ruper Donk opens proceedings with a surprising (and shocking) new seating plan. Then, he shares some exciting news about Mrs. Kitner's filthy sink hole that she has filled with water to enable locals to swim. Mrs Kitner lost her son Alex in an INCREDIBLY BLOODY demon shark attack last year. So she's providing alternative swimming opps for those too frightened of a beach dip. Then it's over to an incredibly historic moment. For tonight, notorious, local mortality botherers, Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger have agreed to lay down their machete and knife glove - for they are coming together in a special 'Forgiveness & Reconciliation' Ceremony. It's a new day, and we are hopeful that it will all go as planned and the two rivals will be bowling together with laughter, soon. Then, after a Bible reading from little, haunted Annabelle it's over to our minister Peter Laws who will talk to us about the topic: 'Why Forgiving Your Enemies Makes Sense'. To be honest, it doesn't make a lot of sense, so we will be intrigued to see where he goes with this particular homilie. After a moment of eerie prayer and meditation (based on the work of a writer called Corrie Ten Boom*), we hand over to a talented singer songwriter called Nathaniel Orr with his moving song: 'Have It Your Way'. “Nate is a singer-songwriter based in South Wales and is currently learning how best to serve career artists in their work. He trusts that God will teach and guide him to better understand the wounds in the art world and play a small part in helping to bring God’s healing.”Tonight's topic can be a challenging one for many of us, and for those of us who have been hurt deeply, the idea of loving our enemies can understandably feel foolish or even cruel. We hope that the service does not pressure you in any sort of naive way, but rather we hope it might give some pointers for how your life might be improved. And if it's not for you, ignore it at your leisure!Thank you for attending our windswept church on the peak!*Note: Corrie Ten Boom did not write the hit 90s song Boom, Boom, Shake, Shake the Room. The actual scribes of that pop hit were none other than DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'How To Stay Positive in a Negative World' - Part 2SERMON ONLY VERSIONSeason Three - Episode OnePlease note that this is the SERMON ONLY edition. If you'd like to have the full experience...including an interview with Norman Bates, from Psycho, then check out the FULL VERSION.Peter Laws shares a talk on the how to stay positive, then he guides us through a Bates Motel themed prayer and meditation. When that is complete, it's over to our fabulous MUSICAL GUEST. Joel The Custodian works in 'the rap medium' and brings us a most pleasing song about graveyards and climbing into coffins. If you'd like more of Joel's songs then simply point that clicker here...for this is his Spotify Playlist. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
How To Stay Positive in a Negative World' - Part 2Full Service feat Norman and Norma Bates from 'Psycho'Season Three - Episode TwoWelcome one and all to another lovely service from the windswept church on the peak. Our church administrator, Rupert Donk, opens the service by sharing about an exciting musical guest who will join us tonight. Read on for more on that! Then after some important notices (including an announcement about our Single Pringle Ready To Mingle Singles Pizza Night - Down at Old Jenkins' Cemetery) we move on to our special guest. 'Who is it', you cry? 'Well, we shall tell you. For our guest tonight is none other than Norman Bates, the manager of The Bates Motel (a local establishment). And what's more, he brings along his lovely mother in her wheelchair, who celebrates a very special birthday during the service. After that we have a Bible reading from a super horror artist, Daniel Tuck, whose printed artworks (based on horror characters) are available here. Next, Peter Laws shares a talk on the how to stay positive, then he guides us through a Bates Motel themed prayer and meditation. Nice time. When that is complete, it's over to our fabulous MUSICAL GUEST. Joel The Custodian works in 'the rap medium' and brings us a most pleasing song about graveyards and climbing into coffins. If you'd like more of Joel's songs then simply point that clicker here...for this is his Spotify Playlist. Finally, Peter bids us all adieu, but then something tricky comes up with Norman Bates. Ouch. Thanks for coming to Creepy Cove...we love having you. You can stay regularly connected with our Private, members only show...The Peter Laws Podcast. Which comes out every week for members of our Patreon. To access that and loads of other stuff, both physical and digital...visit www.patreon.com/creepycove. Your support of Patreon allows us to keep the main show free, as well as give Peter Laws the time to actually make it!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
How To Stay Positive in a Negative World' - Part 1Season Three - Episode OneWelcome one and all to a new season of Creepy Cove Community Church. Yes, we're kick starting Season Three (gulp!) with a lovely service from the windswept church on the peak. Please note that this is the SERMON ONLY edition. If you'd like to have the full experience...including an interview with Annie Wilkes, from the Stephen King story, Misery, then check out the FULL VERSION.Tonight's topic is 'How To Stay Positive in a Negative World'. This is part one of a two-part series. After the talk we have a time of prayer and meditation, then it's over  to the church band who perform a brand new Horror Hymn called 'An Old House on the Hill.' It's a frantic song with a strident beat...and tells the tale of a young man who wanders finally stands up for himself...after finding himself in some....ahem...negative circumstances. REMEMBER! If you want to support this show as well as getting access to loads of other stuff, both physical and digital...visit www.patreon.com/creepycove. Your support of Patreon allows us to keep the main show free, as well as give me the time to actually make it!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'How To Stay Positive in a Negative World' - Part 1Full Service feat Annie Wilkes from Stephen King's 'Misery'.Season Three - Episode OneWelcome one and all to a new season of Creepy Cove Community Church. Yes, we're kick starting Season Three (gulp!) with a lovely service from the windswept church on the peak. We open, as always, with a special welcome from our church administrator, Rupert Donk, who shares some exciting news that is sure to get the congregation's toes a tip-tap-tapping. Then, the atmosphere moves to a somewhat more sinister tone, when he shares some very sad news about a murder most foul, committed in the church itself! After that, we're thrilled (and nervous) to invite local nurse and book lover, Annie Wilkes. She will share some health tips...but will she keep a steady mood? It's doubtful. After a Bible reading from the eminent Professor Higgins, it's over to Peter who will explore tonights topic...'How To Stay Positive in a Negative World'. Note that this is part one of a two part series. When he finally stops talking, we move into a time of prayer and meditation which simulates walking on fire (bimey), then it's over  to the church band who perform a brand new Horror Hymn called 'The Old House on the Hill.' It's a frantic song with a strident beat...and tells the tale of a young man who wanders into the clutches of an elderly couple...with fangs! Well, after that Peter fangs people for coming...then after a little chat with Rupert...it's the end of the service where cocktails are immediately served. Thanks for coming to Creepy Cove...we love having you. You can stay regularly connected with our Private, members only show...The Peter Laws Podcast. Which comes out every week for members of our Patreon. To access that and loads of other stuff, both physical and digital...visit www.patreon.com/creepycove. Your support of Patreon allows us to keep the main show free, as well as give Peter Laws the time to actually make it!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'Don't Beat Yourself Up'SERMON ONLY  VERSIONSeason Two - Episode TenPlease note that this is the SERMON ONLY version of this episode which gets straight to the sermon (+ a meditation and song).  The FULL SERVICE,  includes all the horror and comedy drama elements.  Welcome to the final episode of Creepy Cove, Season Two! We'll be back after a short break, but we leave you with this slightly longer church service, that explores an important lesson in life...'Don't Beat Yourself Up'.Namely...why can we be so quick to (rightfully) call out bullying when we see it...and yet we don't call it out when we are bullying ourselves? Trigger Warning: This talk very briefly mentions sexual abuse, but it doesn't linger on the topic. Once Peter's talk is delivered, we have a wierd prayer and meditation time, based on David Cronenbergs mind bending Betamax movie...Videodrome.  Pretty sure this is the first time any church has themed a prayer session on that. Then, it's over to the band who perform a new Horror Hymn based on both Videodrome, and the words of Ray Bradbury. Thanks for coming to Creepy Cove...we love having you. And even though we'll be having a little break, you can stay regularly connected with our Private, members only show...The Peter Laws Podcast. Which comes out every week for members of our Patreon. To access that and loads of other stuff, both physical and digital...visit www.patreon.com/creepycove. Your support of Patreon allows us to keep the main show free, as well as give Peter Laws the time to actually make it!Thank you!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'Don't Beat Yourself Up'Full Service feat Count Blacula + Videodrome Prayer and MeditationSeason Two - Episode TenWelcome to the final episode of Creepy Cove, Season Two! We'll be back after a short break, but we leave you with this slightly longer church service, that explores an important lesson in life...'Don't Beat Yourself Up'.Our church administrator Rupert Donk, starts us off...by sharing some frightening news about what's on the church porch. Then the news turns to more positive fare, when we hear the latest on Rupert's neice...Ellen Ripley. Our special guest tonight is none other than Count Dracula...but will he be his usual charming self...or slip into his nasty, bitey mode? And what power will a humble Tortilla Wrap have over him?We have a Bible reading from Creepy Cove Patron, Juliet...then it's over to Peter to explore tonights topic. Namely...why can we be so quick to (rightfully) call out bullying when we see it...and yet we don't call it out when we are bullying ourselves? Trigger Warning: This talk very briefly mentions sexual abuse, but it doesn't linger on the topic. Once Peter's talk is delivered, we have a wierd prayer and meditation time, based on David Cronenbergs mind bending Betamax movie...Videodrome.  Pretty sure this is the first time any church has themed a prayer session on that. Then, it's over to the band who perform a new Horror Hymn based on both Videodrome, and the words of Ray Bradbury. Finally, Peter has a brief after service chat with Blacula, who wants to make an announcement to the entire congregation...whatever could it be? Thanks for coming to Creepy Cove...we love having you. And even though we'll be having a little break, you can stay regularly connected with our Private, members only show...The Peter Laws Podcast. Which comes out every week for members of our Patreon. To access that and loads of other stuff, both physical and digital...visit www.patreon.com/creepycove. Your support of Patreon allows us to keep the main show free, as well as give Peter Laws the time to actually make it!Thank you!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Is God Male?Sermon Only EditionSeason Two - Episode NinePlease note that this is the SERMON ONLY version of this episode which gets straight to the sermon (+ a meditation and song).  For the FULL SERVICE, which includes all the horror and comedy drama elements, click here.In this service, our guest speaker Clare Cockerill  looks into the most intriguing question: 'Is God Male?' Then, after a time of meditation, it's over to our church band, for this week's Horror Hymn. This one's called 'Blender' and looks at how horror movies have sometimes been both forward thinking (and backward) when it comes to gender stereotypes.Finally, Rupert comes to Peter with his phone on speaker...for he has managed to contact the filthy, evil Xenemorph who invaded the Nostromo. But why is he so dang sweet and friendly?All that is left is to wrap up the service and that's that. Thanks again for coming to our wonderful church on the peak!PS I'd be might grateful if you could check out the Creepy Cove Patreon Program, to see how you can support the church and become more of a part of The Congregation here...and get a bunch of exclusive extras, too!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'Is God Male?'Full Service featuring guest speaker Clare Cockerill and a Zoom Call with Ellen Ripley on the Nostromo'Season Two - Episode NineWelcome to Creepy Cove Community Church, the friendly congregation on the windswept peak overlooking the notorious fishing town of Creepy Cove. This podcast episode features one of our full church services, with a talk, music, special guests, and more. Our church administrator starts the service by introducing our topic 'Is God Male?' then he's happily interrupted by a couple of wee ankle biters from the congregation, Veronica and Malcolm. But what special powers do they possess?Next, he explains all about the awful toilet incident in the last service. Sincere apologies to all involved. Then it's all excitement as Rupert engages in a Zoom Video Call all the way from Earth to space...for he interviews his beloved neice, Ellen Ripley, who is working on board the Nostromo at present, and is soon to be home. But will her news be happy or horrid? Tune in to find out. After a brief Bible reading, it's over to our guest Clare Cockerill who looks into the most intriguing question: 'Is God Male?' Then, after a time of meditation, it's over to our church band, for this week's Horror Hymn. This one's called 'Blender' and looks at how horror movies have sometimes been both forward thinking (and backward) when it comes to gender stereotypes. Finally, Rupert comes to Peter with his phone on speaker...for he has managed to contact the filthy, evil Xenemorph who invaded the Nostromo. But why is he so dang sweet and friendly?All that is left is to wrap up the service and that's that. Thanks again for coming to our wonderful church on the peak!PS I'd be might grateful if you could check out the Creepy Cove Patreon Program, to see how you can support the church and become more of a part of The Congregation here...and get a bunch of exclusive extras, too!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Don't Let Doubt Freak You Out (Part Three)Sermon Only EditionSeason Two - Episode EightPlease note that this is the SERMON ONLY version of this episode which gets straight to the sermon (+ a meditation and song).  For the FULL SERVICE, which includes all the horror and comedy drama elements, click here.Peter Laws concludes our three week series on 'Don't Let Doubt Freak You Out'. Tonight he explores those scary times when life makes little to no sense, often referred to as 'The Dark Night of the Soul.'After that, he leads us in a time of prayer and meditation in which you will take on the role of a young Native American child from the tribe of Cherokee. See, I told you you get gold in this podcast.Then, it's over to the church band who make our ears bleed with the distorted guitar sounds of this week's horror hymn called 'Luminous Darkness'. For who said church hymns should not include ominous words of lament, sometimes.PS I'd be might grateful if you could check out the Creepy Cove Patreon Program, to see how you can support the church and become more of a part of The Congregation here...and get a bunch of exclusive extras, too!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Don't Let Doubt Freak You Out (Part Two)Sermon Only EditionSeason Two - Episode SevenPlease note that this is the SERMON ONLY version of this episode which gets straight to the sermon (+ a meditation and song).  For the FULL SERVICE, which includes all the horror and comedy drama elements, click here.Peter shares a 'sermon' continuing our look at 'Doubt', and why questioning our own worldview doesn't have to be as unexpected or disorientating as we might think. After a time of prayer and meditation (featuring a devastating storm), we hand over to the band who lead us in a slightly corny, yet hopefully pleasing Horror Hymn, entitled: "Let Your Life Be A Story of Change". PS I'd be might grateful if you could check out the Creepy Cove Patreon Program, to see how you can support the church and become more of a part of The Congregation here...and get a bunch of exclusive extras, too!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Don't Let Doubt Freak You Out (Part Two)Full Service featuring Dr Sam Loomis from Halloween. Season Two - Episode SevenIn tonight's service, Rupert apologises for and explains the reason for the chilly wind through the smashed rear window of the church! Brrr. Then after an update on the church burglary, he announces the churches involvement in the 'Scare in the Community' initiative, which will bring Michael Myers to our church on Thursday nights. To put our minds at rest by this potentially worrying scenario, Rupert interviews Michael's physician, Dr Sam Loomis...who seems a little pessimistic about his own abilities. Poor fellow. Then it's over to Michael's nurse, Marion Chambers for our Bible reading. Peter then joins the gang to share a 'sermon' continuing our look at 'Doubt', and why questioning our own worldview doesn't have to be as unexpected or disorientating as we might think. After a time of prayer and meditation (featuring a devastating storm), we hand over to the band who lead us in a slightly corny, yet hopefully pleasing Horror Hymn, entitled: "Let Your Life Be A Story of Change". Which sounds like a song from a musical or something, or something you'd see written on an inspirational postcard. And yet, it is our horror hymn this week...for it's verses mention Lon Chaney Jr and the changing use of the crucifix in vampire movies! After that, Peter and Rupert have a brief chat about Michael Myer's visit on Thursday...but is Rupert appreciating the danger of this initiative? Thanks again for coming to our wonderful church on the peak! PS I'd be might grateful if you could check out the Creepy Cove Patreon Program, to see how you can support the church and become more of a part of The Congregation here...and get a bunch of exclusive extras, too!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Don't Let Doubt Freak You Out (Part One)Sermon Only Edition. Season Two - Episode FivePlease note that this is the SERMON ONLY version of this episode which gets straight to the sermon (+ a meditation and song).  For the FULL SERVICE, which includes all the horror and comedy drama elements, click here.Peter discusses those times when we find ourselves doubting our own worldview. Whether we're religious, atheist or whatever, it can still be unsettling to question what we believe. Peter encourages us not to let these doubts, freak us out. After the sermon Peter leads us in a time of prayer and meditation involving a train, then it's over to the band who bring us a new Horror Hymn called 'This Won't Stop Me Living My Life'. It'. Be aware that the song contains some disturbing mind bending concepts, so if that might trigger you, just end the episode as it's the last thing in the service. Thanks again for coming to our wonderful church on the peak!PSI'd be grateful if you could check out the Patreon program, to see who you can support the church (and gets loads of exclusive extras).Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Don't Let Doubt Freak You Out (Part One)Full Service featuring Buffy the Vampire Slayer & Christopher LeeSeason Two - Episode Six In tonights service, Rupert opens with news of a crime most foul...committed on church grounds! Then it's over to more pleasant fare (one hopes) when Buffy the Vampire Slayer joins us to chat. But will she resist destroying some of our kindly vampire folk in the pews?After that, we hand over to the mysterious Mircalla, Countess Karnstein aka Carmilla for our Bible reading. Then Peter pops up to discuss those times when we find ourselves doubting our own worldview. Whether we're religious, atheist or whatever, it can still be unsettling to question what we believe. Peter encourages us not to let these doubts, freak us out. After the sermon Peter leads us in a time of prayer and meditation involving a train, then it's over to the band who bring us a new Horror Hymn called 'This Won't Stop Me Living My Life'. It'. Be aware that the song contains some disturbing mind bending concepts, so if that might trigger you, just give it a skip (yes, we have chapter skip enabled on this!).   Finally, Peter is handed a note from a congregant which leads to a polite confrontation with church member, Christopher Lee. How will he react to the notes accusation? Thanks again for coming to our wonderful church on the peak!PSI'd be grateful if you could check out the Patreon program, to see who you can support the church (and gets loads of exclusive extras).Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
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meet greet

What is this? Anyone?

Aug 18th
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Andy G

Great show. I can't wait for episode two!

Jun 28th
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