Fylde Christian Service Church (FCSC) was formed 25 years ago as a small independent house-church.The church began as a couple of families and friends meeting in the living room, but as the church grew this meeting space became too small.

In 1994, the church began renting the former St Johns Ambulance Brigade hall on St. Andrews Rd North (since demolished). The church grew steadily, and became actively involved in the local community, as well as a number of projects and partnerships overseas.


Throughout the quarter-century of its existence, FCSC has always aimed to share the hope which Jesus Christ offers. On many occasions members of the church have met in St. Annes square or Ashton gardens to share that message of hope in words (in rain or shine!) The church also shares the message of Jesus through action, and has a long history of serving the community in practical ways. Through the years, this has included visiting local residential homes, providing food parcels, offering financial guidance, organising table-top giveaways, running youth clubs, and many other activities.
The church has been blessed to have strong links with Christians based in countries all around the world, including eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas.


After many blessings from the Lord we are finally in the new building


We rented the hall in a local school for some time

Our Church building from the outside