The third and final lunch time lecture for this Spring was given by Mostyn Roberts on March 18 looking at the founder of Rhode Island in the USA, Roger Williams 1603-1683.Details
This is a brief reminder that the next lunch time lecture of our current WInter/Spring series is due at 1 pm on Monday, February 18. The lecturer is Pastor Austin Walker from Maidenbower, Crawley and the subject is Bucer- Forgotten Reformer. Do come adn join us if you can. All are very warmly welcome.
The latest lunchtime lecture was on “Richard Bernard and his book on conscience” and was given by Gary Brady. Due to limited publicity and the snowy weather turn out was not great. The audio can be obtained from the Library at a nominal price. We are hoping for a better attendance at the next lecture…Details
We are hoping to have three lunchtime lectures at the Library in the first three months of next year on different subjects The lectures arranged are as follows: Monday January 21 2013 (not January 28 as suggested previously) Richard Bernard and his book on conscience Rev Gary Brady Monday February 18 2013 Martin Bucer –…Details
This year’s Annual Lecture is on Monday 02 July 2012 at 6:30 pm in the Library when Rev Ian Hamilton will be speaking on “Old Princeton and its Theology”
Lunch time lectures are held at the Library from time to time and it was good to see us in double figures for the last one to hear one of our trustees, Dr Ian Densham from Hemel Hempstead, on Philip Doddridge and preaching. The lecture is available from the Library in audio format. It was…Details
Gary Brady’s lunchtime lecture on the King James Version is now available to read.
On Monday 16 May Ian Densham will give a lunchtime lecture on Philip Doddridge and preaching.
Gary Brady’s lunchtime lecture on Alexander Maclaren now available. On 15 November, Barry King gave a lunchtime lecture on John Sutcliff and the prayer call of 1784 – praying for revival The full text of Gary Brady’s Lunchtime lecture on Monday 18 October 2010 about Alexander Maclaren is now available on the Lectures and Articles…Details