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During the week people from various churches from around Merseyside joined together for a time of fellowship, but mostly to hear the Word of God preached. During the week Stuart Olyott, Gordon Taylor, Mick Lockwood and Mark Foster spoke to us from the Word of God.


Please Listen to the talks click on the links (loud speakers).



The Liverpool Bible Convention took place from Tuesday 3rd to Friday 6th May 2011 at Belvidere Road Church.










Stuart Olyott


Gordon Taylor


Mick Lockwood


Mark Foster

Mick Lockwood is pastor at Hall Green Baptist chapel in Haworth, West Yorkshire.


Mark Foster was pastor of Matheson Church on the  Wirral. He is now the Communications Coordinator  for the Slavic Gospel Association and is being used on teaching trips to Bible Schools in Eastern European countries

Stuart Olyott was pastor at Belvidere Road Church. He has preached at numerous churches and conferences and written many books. His preaching is both expository and topical and displays a high standard of clarity and power.




Gordon Taylor was pastor at Inskip Baptist Church.


He has now retired and attends Grace Baptist Church in Southport

Liverpool Bible Convention 2011

LL 2011a Stuart Olyott.mp3
LL 2011b Gordon Taylor.mp3
LL 2011c Mick Lockwood.mp3
LL 2011d Mark Foster.mp3

Missionary Focus for the week...



The aim of Slavic Gospel Association (UK) is to serve the Church among the slavic nations of the world by assisting it to become fully equipped to fulfil the great commission of Jesus Christ, particularly among its own peoples.

Following the dramatic fall of Communism in 1989, at the request of the national leaders, the Bible teaching ministry was enlarged and

accelerated and today is the core of SGAs work from the UK.

At this years convention we will hear more of the work of the Slavic Gospel Association, to find out more come along and hear what God is doing in these countries


During the Bible Convention each night we focused on a missionary work. This year we were looking at the Slavic Gospel Mission.