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In 1962, a group of about 30 Christians began holding a Sunday School in the LIttleton YMCA on Sunday mornings. On Sunday nights, several of the men met for prayer at the home of Herb and Alice Banks to seek the Lords will regarding starting a local church with a full schedule of services. The group incorporated as Littleton Bible Chapel later that year. For approximately six years, the church met at the Littleton YMCA and Mark Hopkins Elementary School on Sundays and assembled mid-week in the basement of the Banks home. The church continued to grow, and they purchased the current property in 1968. The original building was opened in 1969. At that time the congregation consisted of approximately 125 people. A lower level was added under the east gymnasium in 1976. The large addition on the northwest side of the original building was completed in May 1985. This addition more than doubled the total space and provided room for sports activities, an office, Sunday school space, two gymnasiums and an enlarged auditorium with seating for 325. A foyer expansion to alleviate congestion between services was completed in 1999. Approximately 650 people (children and adults) attend services each week.
Littleton Bible Chapel has been using SermonAudio for over a year now. It has allowed us to share our Sunday morning messages with people all over the world. Ths site is designed so well that even the least experienced computer user can easily find what they want and download or stream it for listening. I regularly get comments from our congregation on what a great service this is. I've also received email from folks around the country and around the world thanking us for making these sermons available. Alex Strauch is our primary speaker and he has published a number of books over the years including "Biblical Eldership" and "Equal but Different" that have caused many people to become aware of him. Folks who've read his books are thrilled that they can now hear his regular preaching.