Elim Coatbridge

Our vision for the Coatbridge Community is simply to see more people come to a saving faith in Christ and to then to have an on-going experience of personal growth in the things of the Kingdom.  This includes deliverance from various addictions which detract from a wholesome, healthy lifestyle. To know and enjoy more of God’s unconditional love, majesty & power and to make it known to others. We recognise the powerful truth of Jesus’ own statement in John 10:10, “I have come that you may have life and have it to the full”.

Midweek Cellgroups:-
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday 7.30pm.
S1~21 Youth Club Friday 7.30pm

Worship service @ 11am every Sunday


 King Street, Coatbridge, ML5 1JE




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About the Pastor

David Bell

David Bell


David was formerly the National Youth Director for Elim in Scotland, a lay preacher and the Principal Teacher Of R.E. in a large comprehensive school when he was asked by John Glass to try and do something with a dilapidated church in Coatbridge which had no congregation in August 1991.He agreed to go for 3 months and has been the Pastor ever since then!

Upcoming Events

Elim 100 Saturday Specials:

Sat. 16th May 7.30pm – Denis Phillips ministering on the Holy Spirit. Denis is a highly respected Bible teacher and for 18 yrs was part of Elim Church National Leadership team where his fellow ministers referred to him as ‘The Holy Ghost Man’. He is much in demand as a conference speaker both in the U.K. & overseas. His anointed ministry is always fresh and soundly centred on the Word of God. Come and enjoy the anointed ministry of a man who moves in the power of the current wave of the Holy Spirit.

Sat. 13th June 7.30pm – “The Touch of the Master’s Hand”. An evening of Drama & Mime with the brilliant professional artist Steve Murray.
“I cannot commend too highly the exceptional part played by ‘Behold Ministries’ in the dissemination of the gospel message through drama. Steve Murray is a regular participant in our national celebrations and this powerful art form is appreciated by our churches given that it communicates as effectively to Christians as it does to those who are not yet found faith”. – John Glass