The Westminster Conference
The Westminster Conference meets for two days annually and comprises six speakers presenting papers examining the history, doctrine and practice of people, events and churches associated with the Puritans including their forebears and successors. The perspective is that of reformed Biblical Christianity of the orthodox historic kind, in which such themes as the Gospel of Grace and God’s sovereign purpose are derived from Scripture and lived-out in human lives.
The next conference will be held on Tuesday 3rd & Wednesday 4th December 2013.
The provisional Programme is:
Clarity and Confusion in C S Lewis
Have we got the right gospels?
Isaac Ambrose – lessons from a Christ centred ministry
Edward Irving – contemporary issues that arise
The conference location is Regent Hall (The Salvation Army)
275 Oxford Street, London W1C 2DJ.