Day rate £55
3 days £120
Student day rate £27.5
Student 3 days £70
Tuesday 27th June 2017 –
Thursday 29th June 2017
The church has been given a mission.
It is the preaching of the word of God to build believers, reach the world and declare God's revealed mystery to the spiritual powers. It is this vision that we need to recover, alongside the part that Christ has called us to play in it as his heralds.
The church has been given a mission. Is it yours?
Speakers will include Kevin DeYoung, Andy Gemmill, Garry Williams, Denesh Divyanathan, Graham Beynon, Vaughan Roberts and others.
A new online resource
by David Jackman
Equipped to Preach the Word is a training course designed to develop faithful and effective preachers of the Bible. Click here for more.
Details of our plans for the future of Cornhill are now online. At the thanksgiving service for 25 years of Cornhill I outlined the plans and the thinking behind them - you can watch the video below. https://vimeo.com/194026582 The Cornhill pages of our website have now also been updated to reflect the new structure of the course (details particularly in the Content section). And applications for next year are also now open.
Here's Christopher Ash's short exposition from the Cornhill 25 and Counting thanksgiving service. https://vimeo.com/191478211
Spring Younger Ministers 2017
Tuesday 2nd May 2017 –
Friday 5th May 2017
Hebrews is a rich and important Bible book in its own right. However, it deserves more prominence in our preaching. Just as Romans is often our go-to book for doctrine, Hebrews should be our go-to book for biblical theology. A good grasp of Hebrews unlocks much of the Old Testament, so our focus on this complex book is not just so that we can preach Hebrews, but so that we can preach all of the Scriptures. And its message of the superiority of Christ is one that every congregation - and every preacher - needs to hear again and again.
We'll be joined at Hothorpe Hall by New Testament expert Doug Moo to help us unpack Hebrews for the preacher.
The conference will begin at 5pm on Tuesday and conclude with lunch at 12.30pm on Friday. You can find more information about our residential conferences including a sample timetable here.
Sorry, this conference is not open for online booking. To see if there are spaces, please call the office (0207 407 0561) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
PT Cornhill Teaching Day Dublin 2017
Saturday 13th May 2017
What's the story?! How do you make sense of Old Testament Narrative?
A training day delivered by the Proclamation Trust and hosted by Irish Church Missions for anyone seeking to learn how to understand, apply, preach and teach the Bible faithfully.
If you want to better understand the story style found in the Old Testament, this day is for you! This day will benefit your personal growth and equip you to share that with others whether over a coffee or helping out with the teaching in your church.
Cost: €15. Please register by using the booking link here, but pay on the day.
Light refreshments will be provided, please bring your own lunch.
Speaker: Neil Watkinson
Neil Watkinson was previously based in Singapore (2008-2014) co-ordinating and developing Schools of Biblical Training (SBTs) for Crosslinks in south-east Asia, and also being part of the pastoral team of an Anglican Church.
He is now the International Director of The Proclamation Trust (PT), with responsibility for developing the international and cross-cultural aspects of PT’s ministry. He is involved with PT’s Cornhill Training Course, alongside a regular preaching ministry at St Mary’s Church, Maidenhead.
Started in 1991, PT Cornhill exists primarily to train preachers, as well as equipping men and women to teach the Bible in other contexts, such as youth/children's work and women's ministry. Click here for more details
We're gradually adding material from our archive. EMA 1993 featured Dick Lucas, Phillip Jensen, Don Carson, David Petersen and John Lennox for a mix of inspiring teaching, challenging exhortation and encouraging reports of gospel work. (Click the title, left, for the talks)