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The Salisbury Conference 2015

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Category Announcements
Date September 14, 2015

The Salisbury Conference will be held, God willing, at Emmanuel Church, Salisbury, Wiltshire from Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th October, 2015. The two speakers will be Rev. William Macleod (Glasgow) and Rev. Maurice Roberts (Inverness).

The theme will be ‘Revival’, a subject in which all serious-minded believers would have an interest.

There will be four addresses during the Conference on the Friday and Saturday – the first on the Friday evening at 7.30pm and the other three on Saturday at 10.30am, 1.00pm, and 2.30pm.

The titles of these addresses are as follows:

On the Sabbath, 4 October, Mr Roberts will be preaching in the morning service at 11am, and Mr Macleod will be preaching in the evening service at 6.30pm. In the After Church Fellowship, at approximately 8.30pm, there will be two addresses. Mr Roberts will speak on The Cambuslang Revival under William M’Culloch, James Robe, and George Whitefield, 1742; and Mr Macleod will speak on The Revivals at Dundee and Kilsyth under William Chalmers Burns, 1839-1841. This meeting will conclude at about 9.30pm.

More information can be found here.

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