Listen to our Liberty Podcast

Simply click on the link to listen or save the MP3 file to your computer or player.

  Liberty Blog 

  Big Jesus At Pride 

Big Jesus wins award for the ‘Best Community Entry’ in the parade.

We had a unique perspective on Jesus, His fame and renown. If the crowds were silenced even the stones would have cried out to Him.

This must be what it was like for Jesus to enter Jerusalem, re-enacted for the benefit of his LGBT people…What does this say for us and for Him?



Jesus does for us what we cannot do,
Jesus achieves for us what we cannot achieve,
Jesus gives to us what we could not get.

Worship Event in St Helens
2nd December @ 6pm
Names to Jim if you want to go.

Liberty Christmas Meal @ the Squirrel

6.30pm Wednasday 20th December
Names to Jim with a £5 Deposit.


Extracts from Jim’s Preach ‘The King and Queen’

Full Notes in Preaching

Psalm 61:1 – 3
“The Spirit of the Lord GOD is upon Me, Because the LORD has anointed Me To preach good news to the poor; He has sent Me to bind up the broken-hearted, To proclaim liberty to the captives, And the opening of the prison to those in chains;

To proclaim the acceptable year of the LORD, And the day of vengeance of our God; To comfort all who mourn,

To console those who mourn in Zion, To give them beauty for ashes, The oil of joy for mourning, The garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; That they may be called trees of righteousness, The planting of the LORD, that He may be glorified.”

Psalm 45 is a Messianic Psalm; it is a poem about the Messiah, the anointed one who we know as Jesus. The poem describes Jesus as King of Heaven and earth. However the psalm is not just about the King Jesus and His grandeur.

The poem is also about those who know and love Jesus. They are called the King’s bride. The imagery is also about the beauty and splendour of the bride.

In heaven the bride is a magnificent Queen. Bear in mind as you listen that the bride, who is made Queen represents you, individually and all together. Yes you! You transformed by the righteousness, holiness and perfection given to you by the King as the bride price (Hosea 2:19,20).

As Psalm 45 is inspired by the Holy Spirit, the images are from God. Allow yourself to absorb these pictures and see yourself as you are seen in heaven. And so through this psalm we have a window into heaven and a glimpse into the very heart of God.

What follows is a paraphrase clarifying the truth of Psalm 45:

Lord God you have appointed your Son Jesus as Sovereign, and anointed His head with the oil of joy, ordaining Him as King and establishing His Kingdom. You have made Him a King whose lips are anointed with grace, a monarch who God has blessed forever.

You are a Messiah called mighty, with the sword of the Spirit at your side, that declares your glory and majesty. A majesty that will prosper and flourish in truth, humility and righteousness. The throne of your power, from where You oversee Your Kingdom will be endless. Your reign will be eternal.

The symbol of Your authority is the sceptre of righteousness, a symbol which declares that Your sovereignty is founded and grounded in righteousness. A righteousness that You love to the extreme. You are adorned and anointed with gladness. Even your robes are scented with righteousness.

Your garments announce Your purity they declare aloud Your Holiness. You are surrounded by those who honour you. And at Your right hand is Your bride, Your Queen. You have made Your bride beautiful, You have clothed her with the divine reflecting Your beauty, with robes of the finest gold that pronounces her purity.

Listen beautiful bride let your eyes be fixed upon your Sovereign Lord, have eyes alone for your King. For His gaze is exclusive, He looks at your beauty and desires only you His bride and Queen. Be devoted to Your King for He loves you completely. You O royal daughter gifted beyond measure.

Your appearance gives honour to your King, whose glory shines throughout the courts of heaven. The King’s bride enters the magnificence of heaven adorned with robes of gold that shimmer with many colours. As you enter the bridegrooms palace, the halls of the Kings house are filled with rejoicing, with delight and happiness.

The royal household is astounded at your beauty, astonished at your loveliness because Your King adores you, you will be renowned and celebrated throughout eternity. Esteemed forever because of your God whose name is Love, because of your King whose name is Peace, because of the Spirit of Liberty lives within you.

You the bride, who’s honour, is at the right hand of the King of Glory, will share in all that He has and in all that He is, for you are one in Him. In the Realm of God together; as one united forever-more, in the Kingdom without end.

To Contact Us:

Email:nina (at)

Tel/Txt: 07 9555 97771

Postal Address:
Liberty Church Blackpool,
9 Wilvere Court
Thornton Cleveleys FY5 1PG