63 episodes

Presented in the style of a church service, this immersive, horror-themed podcast shares spiritual insights, comedy and strange church music direct from Creepy Cove, a mysterious, haunted fishing town by the sea...where every horror movie happened for real. Think of it as a safe space to encourage you....only with monsters and stuff. Check out our PATREON program for exclusive bonus content (including a bonus weekly show The Peter Laws Podcast). www.patreon.com/creepycove

Creepy Cove Community Church Podcast Peter Laws

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    • 5.0 • 21 Ratings

Presented in the style of a church service, this immersive, horror-themed podcast shares spiritual insights, comedy and strange church music direct from Creepy Cove, a mysterious, haunted fishing town by the sea...where every horror movie happened for real. Think of it as a safe space to encourage you....only with monsters and stuff. Check out our PATREON program for exclusive bonus content (including a bonus weekly show The Peter Laws Podcast). www.patreon.com/creepycove

    S3 Ep 10 'The Christmas Horror Song (Cos of Covid 19) Music Special live from The Overlook Hotel (SEASON FINALE)

    S3 Ep 10 'The Christmas Horror Song (Cos of Covid 19) Music Special live from The Overlook Hotel (SEASON FINALE)

    In this rather unusual episode of Creepy Cove, Peter turns up at the church ready for another lovely horror themed church service, but is struck by the eerie atmosphere...OF AN EMPTY CHURCH. 

    Where is the congregation? 

    Thankfully, Peter is able to have a conversation with Church Administrator Rupert Donk, to learn that a terrible blight has reached even Creepy Cove...

    Yet the show must go on, in some way...and so after ten minutes of chat, Rupert dusts off an old cassette and plays it...what is on the tape, you ask? I shall tell you.

    For it is the Flicks That Church Forgot Horror Song Music Special from 2014. Previously thought lost (e.g. behind a Patreon Paywall) that special show, broadcast from The Overlook Hotel, is played in it's entirety for your pleasure. That music special features songs from horror films, METICULOUSLY recreated by Peter Laws with his keyboard, guitar and a Macbook. 

    Music includes songs from 
    THE WICKER MAN
    CARRIE
    HOWLING II: YOUR SISTER IS A WEREWOLF
    TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE II
    SILVER BULLET
    THE LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK
    KINGDOM OF THE SPIDERS 
    &
    DEADTIME STORIES (aka Freaky Fairy Tales)

    So please sit back and enjoy this tale of two halfs, almost...a dip into Creepy Cove, and then a special night of entertainment from the vault...all in a bid to wish you, our loyal listener...a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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    • 51 min
    S3 E9 'What is Love?' (SERMON ONLY VERSION).

    S3 E9 'What is Love?' (SERMON ONLY VERSION).

    Welcome to another episode of Creepy Cove Community Church! You will find herein, a recording of our most recent church service. Which we shall tell you about in words below...

    Please note that this is the SERMON ONLY version. If you'd like the full experience, complete with an interview with the killer doll Chucky from the film series Child's Play then please proceed with haste to the FULL SERVICE VERSION which should be sitting just next to this one.

    Tonight Peter  leads us in a 'sermon' on the topic 'What Is Love?' and at no point does he say, 'Baby, don't hurt me, don't hurt me, no more.' What a missed opportunity, ey?

    Following this address, we have a time of prayer and meditation followed by the church band who leap to the stage to perform this week's Horror Hymn. This highly effecting electro track explores who the science fiction future we were all promised (glitter wigs, robots and people dressed in glass and metal) never materialised. And so the people of the modern age are wearing much more mundane attire...the title of this though provoking toe-tapper is 'THE FUTURE IS FLEECE'. This track uses an actual vocoder, so please be impressed.

    May this service please you, encourage you, amuse you or disgust you...but may it never make you feel unwelcome. For no matter who you are, no matter what you believe, you are loved here at Creepy Cove.

    To discover how you can join the Congregation and support the show, check out www.patreon.com/creepycove

    Thanking you!

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    • 29 min
    S3 E9 'What is Love?' (FULL SERVICE feat Chucky, the killer doll from Child's Play).

    S3 E9 'What is Love?' (FULL SERVICE feat Chucky, the killer doll from Child's Play).

    Welcome to another episode of Creepy Cove Community Church! You will find herein, a recording of our most recent church service. Which we shall tell you about in words below...

    The service opens with our church administrator Rupert Donk, who (after warning people to avoid a sleeping Mr Upson Pratt in the front row) proceeds to share some exciting news about our minister Peter Laws. For he has joined Arc Light Media to become the lead writer and presenter of the 'FRIGHTFUL' podcast. Tune in to that for free every Sunday, for scary but true tales of the paranormal, creepy crime, bizarre creatures, urban myths and much more! Just search 'FRIGHTFUL' in your podcast apps, or on Spotify.

    After that blatant, but well intentioned plug, Rupert has a most invigorating discussion with a local haunted doll. Chucky's the name, and murderin' and disrespectin' in his game. But will he behave himself now he's in a church? Let's hope so! 

    After that, it's over to Peter who leads us in a 'sermon' on the topic 'What Is Love?' and at no point does he say, 'Baby, don't hurt me, don't hurt me, no more.' What a missed opportunity, ey?

    Following this address, we have a time of prayer and meditation followed by the church band who leap to the stage to perform this week's Horror Hymn. This highly effecting electro track explores who the science fiction future we were all promised (glitter wigs, robots and people dressed in glass and metal) never materialised. And so the people of the modern age are wearing much more mundane attire...the title of this though provoking toe-tapper is 'THE FUTURE IS FLEECE'. This track uses an actual vocoder, so please be impressed. 

    After that, Rupert and Peter have a little chat about the potential rehabilitation of little Chucky, then our service draws to a close. 

    May it please you, encourage you, amuse you or disgust you...but may it never make you feel unwelcome. For no matter who you are, no matter what you believe, you are loved here at Creepy Cove. 

    To discover how you can join the Congregation and support the show, check out www.patreon.com/creepycove

    Thanking you!
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    • 45 min
    S3 Ep8 'I'm Not Okay, You're Not Okay and That's Okay' (Exploring Our Mental Health) SERMON ONLY VERSION

    S3 Ep8 'I'm Not Okay, You're Not Okay and That's Okay' (Exploring Our Mental Health) SERMON ONLY VERSION

    Welcome to Creepy Cove Community Church! The only horror themed church service podcast that we know of...

    This is the SERMON ONLY version of the show. Listen to the FULL VERSION if you want to hear an interview with Laurie Strode from the Halloween Films and more weird items.

    The sermon tonight is led by Jonty Langley from The Beer Christianity Podcast. He's our guest speaker and he shares some very helpful thoughts on dealing with the ups and downs of mental health.

    After a Babdook and Midnight Mass themed prayer time and meditation, we hand over to our musical guest, Christy Ringrose, who sings her haunting, Wicker Man style ballad, 'A Quarter of Your Dreams.' Find her on Spotify or Instagram or visit her website here, where you can sign up to her mailing list. 

    Finally, Peter and Rupert make a shocking discovery about Laurie Strode.

    Thanks for joining us at Creepy Cove. Do tell your friends, leave a review, or better yet, support us on Patreon. 

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    • 20 min
    S3 Ep8 'I'm Not Okay, You're Not Okay and That's Okay' (Exploring Our Mental Health) FULL SERVICE feat Laurie Strode from Halloween

    S3 Ep8 'I'm Not Okay, You're Not Okay and That's Okay' (Exploring Our Mental Health) FULL SERVICE feat Laurie Strode from Halloween

    Welcome to Creepy Cove Community Church! The only horror themed church service podcast that we know of...

    In tonights service Rupert our church administrator points out a most intriguing sight...a strange light from a crashed meteor which emits an impossible to describe colour out of space. What on earth could it be?

    Next we hear some exciting news about Damien Thorne's birthday party, and an invite for the church to make little balloon animals for his garden party. The balloons are all for you, Damien!

    We then have a very interesting interview with Laurie Strode, who tells us all about her psycho stalker Michael Myers. Is he a good ballroom dancer? Does he have reasonable body odour? Oh, we find out so much info...

    Alice McDermott, the pilot, pastor, padre shares our reading, then it's over to Jonty Langley from The Beer Christianity Podcast. He's our guest speaker and he shares some very helpful thoughts on dealing with the ups and downs of mental health.

    After a Babdook and Midnight Mass themed prayer time and meditation, we hand over to our musical guest, Christy Ringrose, who sings her haunting, Wicker Man style ballad, 'A Quarter of Your Dreams.' Find her on Spotify or Instagram or visit her website here, where you can sign up to her mailing list.  

    Finally, Peter and Rupert make a shocking discovery about Laurie Strode.

    Thanks for joining us at Creepy Cove. Do tell your friends, leave a review, or better yet, support us on Patreon. 



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    • 36 min
    S3 E7 'Dealing with Rejection' Part 2 (SERMON ONLY VERSION)

    S3 E7 'Dealing with Rejection' Part 2 (SERMON ONLY VERSION)

    This is the 'Sermon Only' version of this episode. If you want the 'Full Service, complete with an interview with Father Paul Hill from the Netflix series, Midnight Mass, then check out the FULL VERSION. 

    Here you'll find a sermon on the topic 'Dealing with Rejection' Part 2 - but don't be put off by the word sermon. This is just designed to encourage you, no matter what you believe. 

    If you enjoy the show, please consider joining the Patreon, as it helps me keep this show free...even though it takes an epic amount of work for me to produce it. Thanks!

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    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

danielctuck ,

Fun and also helpful

Creepy Cove is a great concept - a small remote church community where they have guest appearances from horror icons. But each episode contains a helpful "sermon" of sorts, which have been particularly useful, particularly in these weird times we're living through. Thoroughly recommended

Carolynalice ,

Spooky Spirits

Fun, interesting, insightful and a bit on the scary side. (In a good way)
Great film/TV reviews and cool music.

Poppy_Buttons ,

My first and by far my favourite podcast!

I discovered podcasts during the past couple of months and Creepy Cove was my first and remains my favourite by far! This is a community for you if you love horror and want to be being part of a kooky community. The services provide moments of light entertainment for horror fans mixed with wonderful music and songs inspired by movies. There are also more serious spiritual aspects which touch on a wide-range of areas but these sections provide the opportunity for people to engage with them as much or as little as they like. I cannot recommend Creepy Cove enough and urge you to listen and share it with your friends :)

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