For 2017 we are pleased to welcome Scot McKnight to our conference as a keynote speaker, and for the first time, we will be running the event over two days, with a Leaders Lunch and free evening celebration on the Friday and then a day conference on the Saturday.
Friday 16th – Saturday 17th June 2017
Woodlands Church, Woodland Road, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 2AA
Scot McKnight is a Professor of New Testament at Northern Seminary in Lombard IL. He is an expert on early Christianity and the historical Jesus, and author or editor of over fifty books. Scot regularly speaks at local churches, conferences, colleges, and seminaries in the USA and abroad, and is a gifted and engaging communicator, being able to apply deep theological truths to real life.
His interests include long walks with his wife, Kris, Cubs baseball games, and golf when he gets the time. His favourite movies are The Flight of the Phoenix and Grease!
Paul as Pastor: Friends & Slaves
The Church & Slavery
Open To The Spirit
Friday (Leaders Lunch)
12:00 – Registration
12:30 – Leaders Lunch
14:00 – Keynote & Q&A with Scot McKnight
16:00 – Close
Friday Evening (Celebration)
18:30 – Registration
19:00 – Welcome & Worship
19:45 – Keynote with Scot McKnight & ministry
21:00 – Close
Saturday (Day Conference)
09:30 – Registration
10:00 – Welcome & Worship
10:30 – Keynote 1 with Scot McKnight
11:30 – Coffee Break
12:00 – Keynote 2 with Scot McKnight
13:00 – Lunch
14:00 – Seminars
15:00 – Coffee Break
15:30 – Plenary Session with Scot, Lucy Peppiatt & guests
16:30 – Close
You can download the flyer here.
Leaders Lunch – £25
Friday Celebration – Free
Saturday Conference ticket (includes a light lunch) – £50 (£40 for Concessions)
Full Weekend Package – £65 (£55 for Concessions)
*PLEASE NOTE* The full weekend package does not include accommodation or morning and evening meals. You can find out about hotels and restaurants at the bottom of the page.
Directions, Parking and Additional Information
For directions and parking information please visit the Woodlands Church Website.
The church is within walking distance of many restaurants, cafes and supermarkets
If you are staying in Bristol for the whole weekend, we can recommend the following hotels.
To listen to the Keynotes & short papers from the 2016 conference, check out the review page.