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Salisbury Conference will be held (God willing) on Friday 30th September and 1st October 2016. The speakers are Rev Andrew Swanson and Rev Malcolm Watts, speaking on Commitment.
30.09.16 - 1.10.16
The speakers will be Mr. Andrew Swanson (Cyprus) and Rev. Malcolm Watts (Salisbury).
Friday 30 September at 7.30pm.
"Commitment to the Lord" Mr. Swanson - emphasising the need of dedication and consecration to the Lord Jesus Christ, the giving up of the key of our hearts to Him.
Saturday 1 October at 10.30am.
"Commitment to the Local Church" Mr. Andrew Swanson - This will highlight the Christian's duty to join a sound, gospel church, and to maintain a steady and faithful attachment to it, regularly attending its services, wholeheartedly engaging in its public worship, and consistently serving, in and with the church, at every possible opportunity.
"Commitment to the Gospel of Grace" Mr. Andrew Swanson - As one who has himself spent many years in evangelism on the mission-field, Mr. Swanson will demonstrate from Scripture that we should all be involved in soul-winning, supporting every effort to spread the good news of Christ and His free and full salvation.
"Commitment to Holiness of Heart and Life" Rev. Malcolm Watts - will seek to encourage believers to renounce sinful and worldly behaviour and to live in a way worthy of the God we own and profess.
Refreshments will be available at 4pm following the final address on Saturday.
Services on the Sabbath 2 October will be at the usual times of 11.00am and 6.30pm, our own Minister preaching in the morning and Mr. Swanson preaching in the evening. Mr. Swanson will also speak at the After Church Meeting which will begin at approximately 8.30pm.
If you are able, please join us for the conference. It promises to be instructive but also deeply challenging. We look forward to seeing you.
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