2016 Australian Conference

Banner of Truth Australian Conference 2016

For Ministers & Wives & Christian Workers

View the conference brochure and print it here.
For booking, see under the ‘Details’ tab.

Mark your calendars for the 23rd to 26th of February, 2016.
The conference will be hosted at the Collaroy Centre, Homestead Avenue, Collaroy, Sydney.

Tuesday, 23rd February

  • 3.00pm – Registration and Afternoon Tea
  • 4.30pm – One Thing Needful – Johnnie Li
  • 7.00pm – The Glory of the Gospel (1) – Paul Washer

Wednesday, 24th February

  • 8.30am – United Prayer
  • 9.00am – Isaiah 53 – Simon Manchester
  • 10.45am – J. C. Ryle Yesterday and Today – John Rawlinson
  • 4.30pm – The Glory of the Gospel (2) – Paul Washer
  • 7.00pm – FILM: The Life and Ministry of Martyn Lloyd-Jones (Logic on Fire)

Thursday, 25th February

  • 8.30am – United Prayer
  • 9.00am – John Elias and Revival – Iain Murray
  • 10.45am – The Gospel and the Muslim – Peter Barnes
  • 4.30pm – Calvin Our Contemporary – Robert White
  • 7.00pm – The Glory of the Gospel (3) – Paul Washer

Friday, 26th February

  • 7.15am – Breakfast & Departure
Booking for the conference must be done through:
Mrs Robyn Phillips, PO Box 29, Sylvania Southgate NSW 2224
Email: ajp162@bigpond.net.au

Download the 2016 Australian Conference Registration Form here.

    • Peter Barnes: Revesby Presbyterian Church and Lecturer at Christ College, Sydney.
    • Johnnie Li: Maroubra Presbyterian Church since 1988.
    • Simon Manchester: St Thomas, North Sydney.
    • Iain H. Murray: Retired in Edinburgh, with one foot happily in NSW.
    • John Rawlinson: General Manager of Banner of Truth Trust since 1999.
    • Paul Washer: Our main speaker was born in 1961 and studied at the University of Texas (where he became a believer) and at Southwestern Theological Seminary, before serving as a missionary in Peru for ten years. While in Peru he founded the Heart Cry Missionary Society to support church planters. His preaching ministry currently helps many, especially younger people in the United States.
    • Robert White: Formerly taught in Department of French Studies, University of Sydney, and currently translator of major works of John Calvin.