In response to the present situation with Coronavirus the Library will be open for just three days a week – Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday – until further notice. We advise you to telephone or e mail to check we are open before travelling. We hope that this does not cause too much inconvenience.
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.
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
The latest issue of the Library magazine is now available. It is automatically sent to members and can be purchased from the Library for £1.50. This issue contains articles on Richard Baxter and John Owen.
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
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
In light of the current coronavirus and government guidelines there will be no lunchtime lectures at the Library for the foreseeable future. We will also be announcing reduced opening hours at the Library in a short while.