Annual Lecture 2024

We remind readers that there will be an in person lecture at the Library on Monday, June 3 at 6.30 pm. This is our Annual Lecture. The lecturer will be David Campbell (Preston) and he will be speaking on Alexander Stewart of Moulin 1764-1821. The lecture title is From darkness to light. (We may have…

Spring Lectures 2024

We are currently running a series of Lunch Time Lectures on Zoom. All lectures start at 1 pm and run for about an hour. One has already gone and there are two more to come. These are the details of the lectures January 22 Gary Brady on Samuel Davies 1723-1761 and his 1754 trip to Britain…

Autumn Lunch Time Lectures 2023

This Autumn we have another series of lunch time lectures. All lectures are on zoom (details available from the Library) and will take place on Mondays from 1 pm – 2 pm. All are warmly welcomed. September 11 (corrected from 4) Roger Fay on John Wesley (1703-1791) and faith at Aldersgate October 9 Norman Hopkins…

Annual Library Lecture 2023

                                                             THE EVANGELICAL LIBRARY ANNUAL LECTURE MONDAY, 5th JUNE 2023 6.30 pmSubject: BLAISE PASCAL 1623-1662 Lecturer:STEPHANE SIMONNIN Brentford(ZOOM details from the Library) All are very warmly…

Spring Lunch Time Lectures 2023

Another series of Monday lunch time lectures have been arranged on Zoom for the comng months. The first is on January 23 when Gary Brady will speak on Samson Occom and his time in Britain. The Native American Presbyterian Samson came to this country 1765-1767 and preached in many places. The second is on February…

Autumn Lectures 2022

Another series of Monday lunch time lectures have been arranged on Zoom for this Autumn. The first is on September 26 when Norman Hopkins will speak on John Lathrop (1584–1653). Lathrop was a persecuted Separatist forced to emigrate to New England. The second is on October 31 when Stan Evers will speak on Andrew Fuller…

Lunchtime Lectures Spring 2022

Two Monday lunch time lectures have been arranged on Zoom for February and March.The first is on February 14 when Norman Hopkins will speak on John Frith 1503-1533.In his short but brilliant and insightful life Frith was the first reformer to write in English against the Roman Catholic Mass and Purgatory. He was arguably the…

ULEZ

From October 25, Transport for London are extending what is known as the ULEZ (Ultra Low Emission Zone) and the Library will be just within or very near its environs, which go as far as the North (and South) Circular.Therefore, if you drive to the Library and park there you may possibly incur a charge.…