The Westminster Conference
The Westminster Conference meets for two days each year, usually in December. During the conference, six papers are presented, three on each day, examining the history, doctrine and practice of people, events and churches associated with the Puritans, their forebears and successors. The perspective is that of evangelical and reformed Biblical Christianity, focusing on central gospel themes such as grace, faith, atonement and justification and the outworking of the gospel in the lives of believers.
The 2023 conference will be held on Tuesday 5th and Wednesday 6th December, at Regent’s Hall in Oxford Street, London.
The theme of the conference is ‘The God of All Grace.’ Subjects to be explored include:
- Thomas Aquinas: A ‘Dumb Ox’? (Aaron Prelock)
- Matthew Poole: A Man of the Book (Benedict Bird)
- Henry Venn: Fired with Love Unfeigned (Lewis Allen)
- Original Sin and the Puritans (Mark Thomas)
- Beza: Pastor Par Excellence (Paul Wells)
- The Golden Life of Eric Liddell (David Campbell)
Full details are available in the brochure for 2023.
You can book by printing the booking form from the brochure and sending it, completed, to the secretary at the address given on the back page; or online here.