We are pleased to say that we plan to hold lunch time lectures soon. Once again we will meet on Zoom as it means that a wider geographical community can benefit. The details are as follows: Monday September 27 Dr Ian Densham on Luther – the Nightingale of Wittenberg Monday October 25 Rob Childs on…Details
Om Monday June 7 2021 about sixty joined us on zoom for the Annual Lecture of the Evangelical Library. This is the second time we have had the annual lecture in this format and although there are some disadvantages there are also some advantages to this form. This year is the five hundredth anniversary of…Details
Our annual lecture will be at 6.30 pm on zoom next Monday when Dr David McKay will speak on Martin Luther at the Diet of Worms. Please contact the Library for Zoom details. All are very, welcome.
Readers will be pleased to know that we will be reopening the Library at the usual times six days a week from Monday 12 April 2021. After this further lockdown it will be good to be ‘back in business’. We have taken the time during this last lockdown to upgrade the computers at…Details
The Library is presently closed and will remain closed for the foreseeable future. However, we have organised a short series of lunch time lectures online. The proposed lectures are as follows. The lectures will be put out live at 1 pm on the following dates Monday January 25 Norman Hopkins on Alfred Saker, missionary to…Details
The Annual Lecture 2020 already announced for 6. 30 pm on Monday October 26 2020 at the Evangelical Library on “Fanny Crosby and some of her contemporaries” by Stan Evers (Welwyn) will now be a zoom event, in light of changes in government legislation. The lecture will be accessible only online through Zoom. We will…Details
Users of the Library will be pleased to know that from this week the Library will be open on Saturdays, as in the past. We are very thankful to the volunteers who make this possible.
From this week the Library will be open Monday to Friday, 10 am to 5 pm. We are almost back to normal then. Do come if you can or get in touch by telephone. All welcome!