We are glad to say that from Monday June 8 we will be reopening with strict social distancing measures.Until further notice opening times will be Monday to Thursday 10 am to 4 pm.
We have a CD which lists our periodicals holdings (plain text format or Microsoft works database format). Please contact the Library for more information.
Report of the Lunch Time Lecture given on Monday 22 March 2010 by Professor Paul Helm The single figure turn out was a little disappointing but it was good to be at the first lunch time meeting in the new building of the Evangelical Library. Professor Paul Helm gave a fascinating introduction to a forgotten…Details
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…Details
On Saturday 17 April 2010 Wendy Sheehan kindly unveiled our new name plate, David Philpott gave us a brief history of the Library and Robert Strivens spoke on the subject of reading under the chairmanship of Gary Brady. We were so glad to see more than a hundred friends and well wishers gathered at our…Details
At long last the Evangelical Library has moved to its new premises. For nearly two years now delicate negotiations have taken place to find a new home for the Library and to relocate it in better premises. The Chiltern Street property was becoming an increasing burden and two years ago we were faced with the…Details
Today was the second of the three lunch time lectures being held at the Evangelical Library, London, this Spring. About 25 gathered in the Bob Sheehan Room to hear Pastor Sheehan’s successor at Welwyn Evangelical Church, Hertfordshire, Pastor Mostyn Roberts. His subject was Francis Schaeffer (1912-1984) and was a call not to forget that man’s…Details
This is a brief reminder that the next lunch time lecture of our current WInter/Spring series is due at 1 pm on Monday, February 18. The lecturer is Pastor Austin Walker from Maidenbower, Crawley and the subject is Bucer- Forgotten Reformer. Do come adn join us if you can. All are very warmly welcome.
Gary Brady’s lunchtime lecture on Alexander Maclaren now available. On 15 November, Barry King gave a lunchtime lecture on John Sutcliff and the prayer call of 1784 – praying for revival The full text of Gary Brady’s Lunchtime lecture on Monday 18 October 2010 about Alexander Maclaren is now available on the Lectures and Articles…Details