GBA 2022

GBA22

We need to talk. It’s been a difficult time, hard to cope with. Things have changed since we last met. We need to take stock. We need to think about the future. We need to talk.

So we’ve made Assembly 2022 different. On the Wednesday we’re not going to have a single speaker, but a panel. Our guests may have varying perspectives but they all come with Biblical insight and practical experience. So we’re going to set them some questions, listen to their responses and interactions, and, we trust, have some great conversations during our time together. We want to return home thinking more clearly about church life in our changed world.

Phil Arthur will take us back in history to consider Baptists who had to live and worship in a time of upheaval and revolution. What have they to teach us? In the evenings we’ve asked Phil Heaps to preach God’s unchanging Word to us. Colin Grimwood will open our Assembly and Ole Kristian Hunt will close it.

As always, we value reports about real, local church life, so we expect the afternoon report sessions to be a highlight again – honest, moving and encouraging. If you’re able to contribute please get in touch using the details below.

The Assembly’s purpose is to help and strengthen local churches and we’d love to see you there.

The timetable for the three days is shown below. Click on the brochure to view a PDF copy of it.

Online booking and paper booking forms are available by clicking here.

TIME TUE 24th WED 25th THU 26th
07.45   Prayer
08.30 Breakfast
09.30 Discussion Panel [1] Baptists in a time of revolution
Phil Arthur
10.45 Coffee
11.15 Discussion Panel [2] Closing sermon
Ole Kristian Hunt
12.15 Arrive
12.45 Lunch Lunch & Depart
13.30 Steering Committee    
14.00 Opening session
Colin Grimwood
Business Session
Mark Richards
16.00 Tea
16.45 Overseas Church Reports UK Church Reports
18.30 Dinner
19.45 Evening ministry
Phil Heaps
Evening ministry
Phil Heaps

The Hayes Conference Centre‘s address is Swanwick, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 1AU. Their website is www.cct.org.uk/the-hayes/introduction