I used to attend the Wirral Christian Centre.
The is an run for its entire history by one man, the . At some point I may write a little more about my views and opinions to do with modern Christianity and churches like the , as well as the problems faced by , but just to set the record straight among those who think I am 'anti-church' in some way I would say this:
There are many good churches out there full of honest, loving and faithful . People who are in every way normal, simply trying to live their lives according to their . Sadly though, it is an inescapable fact that some people attend more like a social club, going through the motions, lifting their hands, and saying "Amen" when they are expected to. Familiarity with the people, surroundings and routines of organised religion brings with it the danger of complacency and apathy. While nobody can deny that it's nice to see familiar faces, this should not become a valid reason for attendance. Fear of the leadership in any form is a sign of problems, and should be addressed as such.