Reopening on Monday 12 April 2021

Readers will be pleased to know that we will be reopening the Library at the usual times six days a week from Monday 12 April 2021. After this further lockdown it will be good to be ‘back in business’. We have taken the time during this last lockdown to upgrade the computers at the Library…

Spring Lunchtime Lectures 2015

This Spring we have two lunchtime lectures here at the library that we would love you to come and be a part of: Monday 9th March when Robert Strivens will speak on “William Perkins and how to live happily forever” Monday 18th May when Ian Densham will speak on “The Infinity and Eternity of God” You are…

Online Catalogue now available

Our Online Catalogue page is now up-and-running. We are sorry that this has taken a while to get going, but you will now be able to search all the books for loan at the Library. As time progresses we are adding all the Reference volumes to the database as well. Please note that Reference books…

Lunchtime Lectures – 14 April & 19 May

Two more of our popular lunchtime lectures are scheduled at 1 pm as follows: Monday 14 April 2014 when Dr Ian M Densham will speak on “The Trinity, a uniquely Christian doctrine” Monday 19 May 2014 when Rev. Jeremy Walker will speak on “Repentance, an overlooked grace” You are all most welcome to join us.…

Preaching from the Pentateuch

This is the lunchtime lecture given by Dr Ian M Densham on Monday 21 October 2013. Two links that were referred to in the lecture and the discussion that followed are given here: http://creation.com/timing-is-everything http://creation.com/egyptian-history-and-the-biblical-record-a-perfect-match These will both open in a new window.

Between The Lines 2014

This year the Library is continuing its series of discussion meetings considering various topics of current interest or abiding relevance. All are welcome to join us for a time of stimulating fellowship and engagement on matters of real moment.

Autumn Lectures 2013

Our lunch time lectures have continued over the last few months with lectures on Andrew Fuller by Jeremy Walker, the Pentateuch by Dr Ian Densham and Samuel Petto and Samuel Peto by Gary Brady. We have also had the first and second of our Between the Lines discussion groups. Some of this material is available…