This Spring we have two lunchtime lectures here at the library that we would love you to come and be a part of: Monday 9th March when Robert Strivens will speak on “William Perkins and how to live happily forever” Monday 18th May when Ian Densham will speak on “The Infinity and Eternity of God” You are…Details
Our Online Catalogue page is now up-and-running. We are sorry that this has taken a while to get going, but you will now be able to search all the books for loan at the Library. As time progresses we are adding all the Reference volumes to the database as well. Please note that Reference books…Details
Two more of our popular lunchtime lectures are scheduled at 1 pm as follows: Monday 14 April 2014 when Dr Ian M Densham will speak on “The Trinity, a uniquely Christian doctrine” Monday 19 May 2014 when Rev. Jeremy Walker will speak on “Repentance, an overlooked grace” You are all most welcome to join us.…Details
Our lunch time lectures have continued over the last few months with lectures on Andrew Fuller by Jeremy Walker, the Pentateuch by Dr Ian Densham and Samuel Petto and Samuel Peto by Gary Brady. We have also had the first and second of our Between the Lines discussion groups. Some of this material is available…Details
The latest edition of In Writing is now available from the Library. Copies are free to members and £1.50 when sold. The latest edition of our house magazine contains the excellent annual lecture given last year by Mark Stevenson on 19th century Brethren soteriology. We are very grateful to Dr Stevenson for presenting the paper…Details
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.