Lunch time lectures are held at the Library from time to time and it was good to see us in double figures for the last one to hear one of our trustees, Dr Ian Densham from Hemel Hempstead, on Philip Doddridge and preaching. The lecture is available from the Library in audio format. It was…Details
In light of the current coronavirus and government guidelines there will be no lunchtime lectures at the Library for the foreseeable future. We will also be announcing reduced opening hours at the Library in a short while.
In line with current state government advice we will be closed until further notice. We are sorry for any inconvenience. Further,could members hold on to any books they have on loan and do not post them back to us during this crisis. We can post books to people at present. Just e mail us with…Details
We are planning again to have lunch time lectures this Autumn when we plan to look at three men named John. All meetings are at the Library on Mondays from 1 pm and are always over by 2 pm. September 10 Aaron Prelock on John the under-rated pastor (John Owen) October 15 Stan Evers on…Details
We have arranged a series of three Autumn Lunch Time Lectures at the Library. Each lecture begins at 1 pm and is followed by discussion time permitting. All over by 2 pm. The details are as follows September 4 Norman Hopkins, Early days Kent’s Oldest Baptist Church October 23 Lesley Rowe, Arthur Hildersham and the…Details
There will be two lunch time lectures at the Library this Autumn. On Monday 31st October Dr. Ian Densham will speak on “The love of God” and on Monday November 28th Pastor Norman Hopkins will speak on “Bishop Ashton Oxenden”. Both lectures will start at 1 pm and be over by 2 pm.Details
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…Details