Women in Ministry 2019
Monday 21st January 2019 –
Thursday 24th January 2019
Apocalyptic Literature is one of the most difficult Biblical genres to study but, rightly understood, is often the most exciting! Faced with panoramic visions of outlandish scenes we can sometimes struggle to handle this material well, so the Women in Ministry Conference 2019 will be focused entirely on this daunting genre. Nigel Styles, Director of Cornhill, will be teaching the second half of Daniel, and Andrea Trevenna, Associate for Women's ministry at St. Nicholas' Church, Sevenoaks, will be teaching Revelation. We will enjoy focused ministry of the word, practical Bible teaching workshops, seminars and plenty of opportunity to pray, relax and have fun. This conference is for women involved in local church, Bible teaching ministries, whether in full time or part-time, paid or voluntary. It recognises that women have an equal but different role to play in the ministry of the local church. A conference for women involved with word ministry amongst women, students, youth or children. If you long to handle. teach and apply the Bible faithfully, then this is the conference for you. We would love to welcome you to Women in Ministry 2019. Develop your Bible teaching skills. Be equipped for practical ministry. Be encouraged by others who understand some of the particular joys of being a woman in ministry.
Please note that although residential accommodation is now fully booked if you are happy to find your own accommodation offsite then you would be very welcome to come as a non-residential guest.
The non-residential rate for Hothorpe Hall would be £147 for the 3 days - this includes all meals from dinner Monday evening up to and including lunch on Thursday. If you would like to pursue this route please contact the PT Office 020 7407 0569. We can send you a list of some local hotels/B&Bs or there are a Premier Inn and Travelodge both just under 6 miles away.
The conference will begin at 5pm on Monday and conclude with lunch at 12.30pm on Thursday. You can find more information about our residential conferences including a sample timetable here.
Sorry, this conference is not currently open for online booking. To see if there are spaces, please call the office (0207 407 0569) or email email@example.com.
Teaching Day for Women 2019
Saturday 23rd March 2019
Teaching the Epistles.
A teaching day for women in the local church who are teaching the Bible regularly to children, young people or adults, whether in large groups, small groups or one to one. Join us as we look at the Epistles and the tools needed to unpack this more familiar but sometimes badly handled genre.
The day will run from 9.30am - 4pm and will be held at Willcox House on Borough High Street, London SE1 1LB.
The cost is £10, which includes refreshments and materials, but please bring your own lunch.
The epistles are some of the best-known and most loved books of the bible, but over-familiarity is a dangerous thing! Too often we draw a straight line to us and forget that they were written to real people in a variety of different contexts. So, how are we to understand the epistles and how can we teach them faithfully, without making them all about us?
Join us for a day at Willcox House in London, as we discover some of the tools we need to handle this biblical genre well.
Day rate £55
3 days £120
Student day rate £30
Student 3 days £80
Tuesday 25th June 2019 –
Thursday 27th June 2019
This year will be our 36th Evangelical Ministry Assembly and will be in a new venue, the historic Westminster Chapel in the very heart of London.
The theme of this year’s conference is Lifted Up: Preaching the Cross. As well as our ‘From Study to Pulpit’ sessions on John 18-20, we will also have a main session on Cross-Shaped Ministry, a Pen Portrait and a Conference Sermon to end each day.
The speaker line up for this year includes: Don Carson, Hugh Palmer, C.J. Mahaney, Dave Gobbett, James Hely-Hutchinson, Andrew Sach, Nigel Styles, Garry Williams, Rob Scott, Carrie Sandom, Gwilym Davies, Robin Weekes, Vaughan Roberts, Daf Meirion-Jones, Jonathan Lamb, Lewis Allen & Matt Fuller.
There are also an array of seminars including theological reflections on the Cross, ‘Sermon Walk Throughs’ on key texts, and stratified seminars on growing as a preacher in your younger, middle and later years.
As well as great teaching, there will be good music, a well-stocked bookshop and lots of opportunity to encourage evangelical leaders from across the UK and around the world.
With the move to Westminster Chapel the capacity is reduced so book early to avoid disappointment.
We would love to have you with us at the end of June 2019.