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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. 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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Don't Let Social Media Possess You (Sermon Only) Season Two - Episode Five Please 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 who talks about possession of a different kind...from social media! He shares some of his own experiences with 'the socials' and how they can both add and subtract from life. Tune in to hear what happened when he tried something radical in this area at the start of this year.Peter then leads us in a time of prayer and meditation based on 'The Exorcist', before the band take to the stage to perform their impossibly catch ditty, 'There's a Demon In My Pocket.'Thanks 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)
Don't Let Social Media Possess You (Full Service) feat Regan MacNeil & Pazuzu from The ExorcistSeason Two - Episode Five  In tonights service, Rupert gives us some news on our missing sound engineer Jackson? Be he alive or dead, and does he still have a face? Listen to the broadcast to find out. Then Rupert introduces us to a special church house group called the DPF...our Demonically Possessed Friends. Little Regan MacNeil joins us from the group...but will she stay as Regan for long...especially when Rupert utters the unmentionable about Pazuzu's 'serpentine winky'. After some messy business, we hand over to Peter who talks about possession of a different kind...from social media! He shares some of his own experiences with 'the socials' and how they can both add and subtract from life. Tune in to hear what happened when he tried something radical in this area at the start of this year. Peter then leads us in a time of prayer and meditation based on 'The Exorcist', before the band take to the stage to perform their impossibly catch ditty, 'There's a Demon In My Pocket.'All that's left is a final chat with Regan about her upcoming church quiz, then we are over and out! Thanks 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)
How To Improve Your Relationship , Pt 2, (Sermon Only) Season Two - Episode FourPlease 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 talks to us about how he and his wife learned a nifty way to express love to one another in a meaningful way. After that, there's a Bladerunner style meditation, to help you focus and reflect.To conclude our two-service exploration of love, the band lead us in a strident new number called, 'I Can't Get This Damn Love Thing Right...I Can't Take It...I Hate It.' Ho ho.  Thank you for coming to our wonderful church, you are most welcome here!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)
How To Improve Your Relationship , Pt 2, (Full Service)  Season Two - Episode FourWe conclude series on how to improve our love relationships...not just the romantic ones! So please don't be put off this service if you are single or uninterested in Amore. For it remains relevant to us all! Rupert starts the service by sharing some worrying news about the recent children's trip to the Poltergeist House...one of the church children have gone missing. Then it's happier news when local thespian Vincent Price treads on our church boards...but why is he so tetchy and confused...is it simply because Rupert is not communicating his appreciation in the most effective manner?After this, we are delighted to say 'How Do' to Carolyn, who shares our Bible reading tonight. She comes all the way from the Green Man Inn, in the prettiest place to sacrifice a policeman...Summerisle. Peter then talks to us about how he and his wife learned a nifty way to express love to one another in a meaningful way. After that, there's a Bladerunner style meditation, to help you focus and reflect.To conclude our two-service exploration of love, the band lead us in a strident new number called, 'I Can't Get This Damn Love Thing Right...I Can't Take It...I Hate It.' Ho ho.  Our service concludes with a stirring of activity from the analogue TV set that Tangina the medium set up, to search for the missing Carol Ann...but what crawls from the set does NOT look like a little girl.  Thank you for coming to our wonderful church, you are most welcome here!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)
How To Improve Your Relationship Season Two - Episode ThreePlease 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.Welcome to a special service in which we celebrate our relationships...not just the romantic ones, but any relationships in which we want to express love. So please don't be put off this service if you are single or uninterested in Amore. For it remains relevant to us all! Peter comes to share some of his own advice on relationships. Be warned...he is open and frank in parts of this address, which may make you go all a quiver.After this most stimulating talk, Peter then leads us in perhaps our scariest prayer time yet...when we are asked to visualise ourselves being stalked by a homicidal married couple. Then it's over the Ed Warren, who takes to the stage to join our band. He delights Lorraine with a special Valentines surprise...a brand new song that he has lovingly written for his lady fair. There was nary a dry eye in the house when Ed shared his great love in such a touching way.Finally, Ed and Lorraine chat about Ed's second musical album 'BROKE MEATBALLS' which he claims is available on audio cassette, but nobody can find a copy. Sold out, Ed? Thank you for coming to our wonderful church, you are most welcome here!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)
How To Improve Your RelationshipSeason Two - Episode ThreeWelcome to a special service in which we celebrate our relationships...not just the romantic ones, but any relationships in which we want to express love. So please don't be put off this service if you are single or uninterested in Amore. For it remains relevant to us all! After a slightly awkwardly rude joke about the high school band Vance and Towers, Rupert invited our famed local demonologists Ed & Lorraine Warren to the stage. Is it to discuss their latest paranormal escapade...it is not. For tonight they share some of their tips on how to remain as a loving romantic couple. Ahhh. After this, Kelly joins us from the Hardesty Family Homestead in Texas, to give us our Bible reading. After which Peter comes to share some of his own advice on relationships. Be warned...he is open and frank in parts of this address, which may make you go all a quiver. After this most stimulating talk, Peter then leads us in perhaps our scariest prayer time yet...when we are asked to visualise ourselves being stalked by a homicidal married couple. Then it's over the Ed Warren, who takes to the stage to join our band. He delights Lorraine with a special Valentines surprise...a brand new song that he has lovingly written for his lady fair. There was nary a dry eye in the house when Ed shared his great love in such a touching way. Finally, Ed and Lorraine chat about Ed's second musical album 'BROKE MEATBALLS' which he claims is available on audio cassette, but nobody can find a copy. Sold out, Ed? Thank you for coming to our wonderful church, you are most welcome here!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)
'You're Not Alone'Season Two - Episode TwoPlease 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. Welcome back to our church. Come on in, to hear Rupert share the devastating news of what happened after the service last week. Condolences to Jackson's family.We're also thrilled to be joined by John Russell (a.k.a. JIGSAW), who will be taking over the running of the Creepy Cove Games Night on Thursday nights in the church hall.Killbot, one of the security guards of our local Chopping Mall, joins us to 'sing scripture over us'. What a pleasure.After that, Peter finishes our two week look at the bizarre idea in Christianity that God came to us in the flesh. What can it mean? Then we spend a time in our most disturbing prayer and meditation yet, where you will experience a terrible fate...but one to help you aknowledge that life can be pretty crap sometimes, and feels like falling.After that it's our absolute delight to welcome the Creepy Cove Orchestral Society from town, who join the church band in a rendition of 'Abide With Me' only in a version inspired by Tubular Bells and The Exorcist.Finally, Killbot returns for a little chat, and then it's cocktails as usual.Thanks for coming to our wonderful church, you are most welcome here!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)
'You're Not Alone'Season Two - Episode TwoWelcome back to our church. Come on in, to hear Rupert share the devastating news of what happened after the service last week. Condolences to Jackson's family. We're also thrilled to be joined by John Russell (a.k.a. JIGSAW), who will be taking over the running of the Creepy Cove Games Night on Thursday nights in the church hall. Killbot, one of the security guards of our local Chopping Mall, joins us to 'sing scripture over us'. What a pleasure. After that, Peter finishes our two week look at the bizarre idea in Christianity that God came to us in the flesh. What can it mean? Then we spend a time in our most disturbing prayer and meditation yet, where you will experience a terrible fate...but one to help you aknowledge that life can be pretty crap sometimes, and feels like falling. After that it's our absolute delight to welcome the Creepy Cove Orchestral Society from town, who join the church band in a rendition of 'Abide With Me' only in a version inspired by Tubular Bells and The Exorcist. Finally, Killbot returns for a little chat, and then it's cocktails as usual. Thanks for coming to our wonderful church, you are most welcome here!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)
Accepting Your Own Body & The IncarnationSeason Two - Episode OnePlease note that is episode only contains a sermon, a time of reflection and a song. For the full service (complete with strange comedy, special guests and church notices like you've never heard before) click here. Tonight Peter explores the bizarre idea of God coming to earth in a meat suit...Jesus basically. That leads to a a time of prayer and meditation to help us be kinder in our attitude to our physical bodies. The hymn tonight (which is about body positivity) is called, 'Long Live The New Flesh!'I'd be grateful if you checked out my Patreon Program, to see how you can support the show. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Accepting Your Own Body & The IncarnationSeason Two - Episode OneYay! Welcome back to Creepy Cove Community Church, for our second season of super services. Sssss.Our time together tonight begins with a welcome from the church administrator Rupert, who tells us all about the exciting annual festival here in Creepy Cove: ‘The Month of the Brain’. Up for a public debate this year is Dr. Van Helsing and local aristocrat/ philanthropist, Count Dracula. The good doctor even joins us in the service for an interview…but an interruption by the Count himself causes quite the fracas!Next up we have our Bible Reading from one of our church ghosts: Rev. Verity Pemberton. Verity was forcibly hanged as a witch in the 17th century, just because she was a woman preacher! Honestly! But she now roams the halls of our church, giving out helpful advice to local businesses. Tonight she reads from the Bible…but is it safe with her around?Peter then shares some thoughts on the subversive spiritual idea of 'The Incarnation' and asks how it might effect our view of not only a concept like God...but our own physical bodies.  He also asks a key theological question...how many times did Jesus get diarrhea?Then, after a time of prayer and meditation based on our physical bodies it's straight into a bit of New Wave, synth punk for tonights horror hymn...which is inspired by David Cronenberg's phrase...'Long Live The New Flesh!'Peter and Rupert wrap up the service...but what's this...Verity appears to be unleashed her fury at last!Thanks for coming, everybody!I'd be grateful if you checked out my Patreon Program, to see how you can support the show. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
Special EpisodeThe Creepy Cove Christmas Carol Service (2020)We offer you the finest greetings of the season for this special recording of our Creepy Cove Christmas Carol Service. It's a packed service filled with mirth, murder and merry Christmas feeling. We start with some words about Monroeville Mall's thrilling new Zombie Nativity Display called 'NIGHT....of the living God'. Then it's over to our first Creepy Carol - 'God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman'.Then we move into our atmospheric candle lighting ritual, which is facilitated by the Firestarter herself...Charlie McGee. Once the candles and Christmas tree is on fire, we gather to sing that pretty festive song 'Oh, Christmas Tree'. Which reminds us even the the most homicidal of trees can still have lovely branches. After that, it's our main feature of the night...'What A Strange Gift!' which is our very own retelling of the Christmas Nativity story featuring the following townsfolk in the top roles: Jack Torrance (King Herod)Wendy Torrance (King Herod's Servant'Rosemary Woodhouse (Mary)The Lost Boys (The Angels) We then move into our rousing rendition of Silent Night, which we like to call 'Silent Night, Spooky Night', played in the style of the hop hop happening disco music the local youngers enjoy on Prom Night. Next, Peter shares a few thoughts on the idea of goodwill at Christmas, then it's into our final song...We Wish You A Creepy Christmas. Listen through and see what horror characters you can spot referenced!After that we check on Wendy, because she doesn't seem to moving. Oof. I'd be grateful if you could check out my Patreon program, to see how you can support the show. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'You Are Valuable!'Season One - Episode TenPlease note that this episode only contains a sermon, a time of reflection and a song. For the full service (complete with strange comedy, special guests and church notices like you've never heard before) click here.Tonight is the finale of the very first season of Creepy Cove, but fear not....we will be back on December 12th, 2020 for the Creepy Cove Christmas Carol Concert!Peter comes to chat about the story of Noah...does it mean that God is a super violent drowner of people who don't follow the rules? Or might there be a more encouraging message to Noah instead...that we all might be more valuable than we thought!After the sermon, Peter leads us in a prayer and meditation which is based on the HP Lovecraft story...The Temple. Then it's over to 'Captain Blake and the Elizabeth Dane Men's Choir' who sing a sea shanty depicting how they were betrayed by the folks over at Antonio Bay...the greedy rotters!I'd be grateful if you could check out my Patreon program, to see how you can support the show. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'You Are Valuable!'Season One - Episode TenTonight is the finale of the very first season of Creepy Cove, but fear not....we will be back on December 12th, 2020 for the Creepy Cove Christmas Carol Concert!In this Lovecraftian service, we join the town of Creepy Cove, for 'The Festival of Poseidon' which is the town's annual celebration of all things maritime!Our special guest is none other than the great God of the deep...CTHULHU, who Rupert managed to phone for a conversation...truly, this is the Call of Cthulhu!Then Obed Marsh reads from the ships Bible, before Peter comes to chat about the story of Noah...does it mean that God is a super violent drowner of people who don't follow the rules? Or might there be a more encouraging message to Noah instead...that we all might be more valuable than we thought!After the sermon, Peter leads us in a prayer and meditation which is based on the HP Lovecraft story...The Temple. Then it's over to 'Captain Blake and the Elizabeth Dane Men's Choir' who sing a sea shanty depicting how they were betrayed by the folks over at Antonio Bay...the greedy rotters!Finally Rupert get a memo about Cthulhu...and it's off to the bar for Captain Obed Rum! Argghhh!Thanks to all of you who have attended Creepy Cove in this first season. You are so very treasured.For those of you on the Patreon program, we'll see you with the weekly Peter Laws podcast and other extras, which will continue. But for the rest...we'll see you back here at on December the 12th for Creepy Christmas Carols!I'd be grateful if you could check out my Patreon program, to see how you can support the show. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'You've Got To Laugh'Season One - Episode NinePlease note that this is episode only contains a sermon, a time of reflection and a song. For the full service (complete with strange comedy, special guests and church notices like you've never heard before) click here. Peter Laws, unpacks the power and importance of 'having a proper good laugh'. Then he and Church administrator Rupert, lead us in an experimental time that combines meditation, prayer...and jokes.The band take the stage to lead a toe-tapping new Creepy Cove Horror Hymn called - You've Got To Laugh. I'd be grateful if you could check out my Patreon program, to see how you can support the show. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'You've Got To Laugh'Season One - Episode NineIn tonights service we explore a key ingredient for human and spiritual survival...laughter! Yes, it can be so easy to dismiss comedy and laughter as frivolous or trivial, but tonight we learn how essential it can be. To help us learn more about 'funny times' we are joined by a very special guest - Pennywise the Dancing Clown from Stephen King's IT. Though sadly, his alternative humour is somewhat lost on Rupert.Next, we have a visitor to Creepy Cove, Alyisha Waz, who attempts to do our Bible Reading. Yet why does she struggle to complete the deed?The sermon tonight comes from Peter Laws, who unpacks the power of and importance of 'having a proper good laugh'. Then he and Church administrator Rupert, lead us in an experimental time that combines meditation, prayer...and jokes.The band take the stage to lead a toe-tapping new Creepy Cove Horror Hymn called - You've Got To Laugh. Can YOU spot all the horror references in every line.Once the song is at it's completion, the service is drawn to an end for cocktails, but not before an unexpected visitor arrives, declaring his hatred for Pennywise. Who knew the dancing clown had such a well known nemesis.We sincerely hope you enjoy your time at Creepy Cove this evening, and suggest that if you enjoy the show and want to support it (while also getting access to super cool, exclusive extras), then please point that clicker at the following locale...I'd be grateful if you could check out my Patreon program, to see how you can support the show. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'Dealing With Worry - Pt 2'Season One - Episode EightPlease note that this is episode only contains a sermon, a time of reflection and a song. For the full service (complete with strange comedy, special guests and church notices like you've never heard before) click here.Peter chats to us about worry and the idea of perspective in a sermon which mentions his daughter rolling around on the urine soaked floor of a public toilet. Perhaps the highlight of the entire service.After that, we have a time of prayer and meditation, that will (kinda) transport you to a nightclub - where you can visualise taking each worry, and handing them over. When that is complete, it's straight in with a song called 'Help Me Find the Yeti.' A truly heartfelt ditty about how hard it can be to find perspective in the midst of our worries...that moment when we can say, 'this situation I am in is crap...and yet...maybe it's not the end of the world.' That 'and yet' can be as elusive as the Yeti. ha ha. Can you see what we did there, Covers?I'd be grateful if you could check out my Patreon program, to see how you can support the show. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'Dealing With Worry - Pt 2'Season One - Episode EightIn tonight's service we conclude our look at the topic of worry and particularly think about those worries that are truly worth worrying about. To help with that, we have a guest with plenty on his plate. Dr. Seth Brundle from 'The Fly' (1986) turns up, and discusses his recent transportation experiment that sadly went wrong, and is gradually turning him into a vomiting insect.Then a shocking attack takes place in the church, so be warned! Not long after, we are delighted to have our Bible reading, from the bass player in our church band - Tom Price. Then Peter chats to us about worry and the idea of perspective in a sermon which mentions his daughter rolling around on the urine soaked floor of a public toilet. Perhaps the highlight of the entire service. After that, we have a time of prayer and meditation, that will (kinda) transport you to a nightclub - where you can visualise taking each worry, and handing them over. When that is complete, it's straight in with a song called 'Help Me Find the Yeti.' A truly heartfelt ditty about how hard it can be to find perspective in the midst of our worries...that moment when we can say, 'this situation I am in is crap...and yet...maybe it's not the end of the world.' That 'and yet' can be as elusive as the Yeti. ha ha. Can you see what we did there, Covers? Peter then chats to Seth for a while, up in the rafters of the church, and then that's it. End of service, for another week.We very much hope you enjoy your time with us and if you do, please consider joining our Patreon program to support the show and to get lots of exclusive content!Stay spooky, you wonderful Covers!I'd be grateful if you could check out my Patreon program, to see how you can support the show. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'Dealing With Worry - Pt 1'Season One - Episode SevenPlease note that this is episode only contains a sermon, a time of reflection and a song. For the full service (complete with strange comedy, special guests and church notices like you've never heard before) click here. Peter Laws steps up to share a sermon on how difficult worry can be. Is there anything we can do to counteract it?After that, we have a time of prayer and meditation, then Dani amazes us all by decided to join the band on Keytar! She helps lead the church in a rousing new song called 'Distraction', that explores the decapitation scene in The Omen and the car accident scene in Annabelle Creation - all to a toe-tapping, not unpleasant beat.Peter then chats for a while to Dani at the end, to suggest some ways to deal with her difficulty with bears. Then that's it, the end of the service.We very much hope you enjoy your time with us and if you do, please consider joining our Patreon program to support the show and to get lots of exclusive content!Stay spooky, you wonderful Covers!www.patreon.com/creepycove.    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
'Dealing With Worry - Pt 1'Season One - Episode SevenIn tonight's service we explore the topic of worry and how it can distract us. The service begins with a warning about a demonically infested toilet, then it's over to our special guest Dani Ardor who has returned to Creepy Cove for a fleeting visit. She tells us a little about her exciting recent trip to the Midsommar festival. Or at least, she tries to.We then have Creepy Cove regular Mr. Spuggy give a Bible reading, while Rupert threatens to throw him in a fire. Then Peter Laws steps up to share a sermon on how difficult worry can be. Is there anything we can do to counteract it?After that, we have a time of prayer and meditation, then Dani amazes us all by decided to join the band on Keytar! She helps lead the church in a rousing new song called 'Distraction', that explores the decapitation scene in The Omen and the car accident scene in Annabelle Creation - all to a toe-tapping, not unpleasant beat.Peter then chats for a while to Dani at the end, to suggest some ways to deal with her difficulty with bears. Then that's it, the end of the service.We very much hope you enjoy your time with us and if you do, please consider joining our Patreon program to support the show and to get lots of exclusive content!Stay spooky, you wonderful Covers!www.patreon.com/creepycove.    Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
The Maturity of Children'Season One - Episode SixPlease note that this is episode only contains a sermon, a time of reflection and a song. For the full service (complete with strange comedy, special guests and church notices like you've never heard before) click here.Peter speaks to us on The Maturity of Children then leads us in a meditation based on Stephen King's 'Children of the Corn.' Isn't that nice? Then, we are delighted to have the artists formerly known as Children of the Corn (now called, 'Children of the Quorn'), who join the band in a toe-tapping rendition of 'We Have Decided...To Spare the Adults'.   Blessings to you all, wherever you are, whoever you are and whatever you believe! I'd be grateful if you could check out my Patreon program, to see how you can support the show. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/creepycove)
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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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