Salisbury Conference

God willing, this year’s 22nd Salisbury Conference will be held on 28-29 September. On Friday 28 September, the meeting will be at 7.30pm and on Saturday 29 September the meetings will be at 10.30am, 1.00pm and 2.30pm.

Sadly, Dr. Michael Haykin is unable to be with us due to ill-health and pressure of other commitments, but we are extremely grateful to Rev. John Keddie of Kirkhill, Inverness-shire, who at short notice, has kindly agreed to come and be our Guest Speaker for the weekend.

Mr Keddie is Minister of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing). After serving in Burghead and Bracadale, he retired from the ministry in 2011 and since 2014 he has been the Principal of the Seminary of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing).

The general theme of the Conference and the titles of the four addresses will be as follows:

The Church of our Lord Jesus Christ

  1. John Knox: The Reformation of the Church

  2. The Synod of Dort (1618-19): The Doctrine of Grace in the Church

  3. Revival: Spiritual Life in the Church of Scotland (1596-1630)

  4. The Covenanters (1638-90): Faithfulness to Christ's Church, His Crown and Covenant

Mr Keddie will also be preaching at both services on the Sabbath, 29 September at 11.00am and 6.30pm and he will be speaking at the After Church Meeting at 8.30pm.

We are prayerfully looking forward to this Conference weekend and we trust God will be with us in the blessing of His Grace. We very much hope that you will be able to join us on this special occasion.

Please see here for recordings of previous Salisbury Conference addresses.

Rev. John Keddie. This year's Conference speaker.

Salisbury Conference 2018 Flyer

Please click on the link above to download and print Conference A5 flyer for your use.

Please note the following information:

Accommodation: For visitors living at some distance who would like accommodation, we have compiled a list of local hostelries which may be available on enquiry. Please see here

Parking: for visitors is available in the church car park at Grove House approx. 80 metres from our building. If arriving by the Park & Ride service from Wilton (PR3), ask the driver to stop at the Windsor Street bus stop. This is between the church and Grove House.

Small Children & Refreshments: A side-room with a video link to the meetings is available for parents with small children. Please bring your own lunch for Saturday. Hot and cold drinks will be provided.

Grove House