Saturday, 13 October 2012

Reformation Christianity for Today: November 2012

In 2008, we had the first study conference for men. This came at the request of some young men who were studying for the ministry but they had a whole range of questions that they wanted to ask concerning their new found reformed convictions. This conference has continued one year at a time. If you are a man and you would like to join us, here are the details of this years programme.

Reformation Christianity for Today: 2012

Venue: Bawtry Hall, Doncaster.

Friday 9th November 2012

9:45am Arrival , & Tea and Coffee

10:15am Session 1

Opening Devotion (Andrew Graham)

The Ingredients of Public Worship (Kevin Bidwell)

Greek Exegesis of the Main Points of Hebrews 12:18-29 (Dominik Frank)
Session 2: The Call to Worship, Congregational Singing and the Benediction (Kevin Bidwell)
Devotion (Phil Baiden)

7:30-9. 30pm Session 3

Lessons from the Life of John Paton, Missionary to the New Hebrides (Andrew Graham)
Prophesying?: A Biblical and Reformed Understanding (Bill Schweitzer)

Saturday 10th November 2012

9.30-12.30, Session 4 (Coffee Break around 10:45am)

Devotion (Paul Thorpe)
Baptism and the Lord’s Supper (Kevin Bidwell)
Preaching: The Theological Examination of Ministers (Joel Halcomb)

The Saturday afternoon we will have time to relax and a game of five-a-side football may be organised.

4.00-6.00pm Session 5

Delighting in the Christian Sabbath (Kevin Bidwell)
Closing Devotion

6.00 pm Evening Meal

Kevin Bidwell is the minister of Sheffield Presbyterian Church

Andrew Graham is the conference administrator and he is the minister of Bradley Road Evangelical Church, Wrexham

Joel Halcomb has completed research at the University of Cambridge on the Westminster Assembly. He is involved with Chad van Dixhoorn on the Westminster Assembly Project.

Dominik Frank is training for the ministry at the University of Tübingen, Germany.

Bill Schweitzer is the minister of Gateshead Presbyterian Church.

If you would like to come then please email Andrew Graham as soon as possible:

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