TEDDINGTON CONFERENCE

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THE TEDDINGTON CONFERENCE 2024
PROTESTANT HISTORY

October 4th – 5th 2024

Friday, October 4th
4pm:
Open teaching and discussion time led by Rev Ian Densham. Details to be confirmed.
7pm: Edward VIth & His writing

Saturday, October 5th
11am:
Octavius Winslow: Striving Heavenward
1.30pm: Johannes a Lasco: Polish Reformer
3pm: Theodore Beza – Calvin’s successor at Geneva

Please contact us via email ­­­­­­­­­­­­if you plan to attend – ccteddington(@)outlook.com Please bring your own lunch and tea, or buy something locally in one of the many outlets and cafes that are available within 5 minutes walk of the church. Tea & coffee will be provided. If you would like food to be provided on Saturday (sandwiches etcetera) please ensure that you let us know in advance.  There will be a minimal cost for this. Donations towards the cost of running the conference will be gratefully accepted. The Local Council are bringing in very stringent permit parking in the area of the church. Beware.

Free parking after 12midday is available on Elmfield Avenue, very close to the church. There are two pay-car parks in Teddington, one at the Swimming Pool, on Vicarage Road, and one on Cedar Road. Public Transport links are good – 5 bus routes (285,281, R68, X26, and 33) all pass very close to the church. The rail links access Waterloo, Clapham, Wimbledon, Richmond (Underground) and Twickenham – leave Teddington Station from platform 2, turn left, and walk about 350yds. You’ll see Christchurch Avenue opposite the Travelodge.

Location: Christ Church, Christ Church Avenue, Teddington, TW11 9AB
For more information please email ccteddington(@)outlook.com

2024 Speakers

Rev. Dr Ian Densham, who was for many years, the Pastor of Zion Community Church in St. Ives and Droylsden Independent Church. He is a visiting lecturer at Bible seminaries in the Philippines. Not only is he a speaker at many conferences, he has been responsible for recording many of the lectures.

Rt. Rev. Dominic Stockford left the Roman Catholic ministry in 1993, and was brought to Christ in 1995. He has been the Pastor of Christ Church Teddington since 2001. He has contributed articles and reviews to the ‘Protestant Truth’ magazine and has been chairman of the Protestant Truth Society since 2010. Amongst other writings he has contributed a chapter to Rev. Richard Bennett’s seminal work, “Far from Rome, Near to God”, and has reviewed a number of books for Evangelical Times.

Joe Busfield grew up and still lives in the Philadelphia area of Pennsylvania, U.S.  He was raised in the traditional Reformed Episcopal church.  He earned a B.S. degree from Drexel University majoring in mechanical engineering and went on to earn a Master of Business Administration from LaSalle University majoring in management and finance.  At a point in his career, he operated a gas (petrol) station and had the time and opportunity to attend the Reformed Episcopal Seminary part-time well before it was moved into the Anglo-Catholic realm.  During this time, he become more and more convinced of the biblical basis of reformed theology and developed a keen interest in the English Reformation.  Joe was once described in a Reformed Episcopal Council as “the lowest churchman in the denomination”, a description he cherishes.  But as the” lowest churchman”, he is no longer associated with the Reformed Episcopal Church due to its return to Anglo-Catholicism and, by God’s grace was welcomed into the Evangelical Connexion of the Free Church of England, was ordained a deacon to represent the EC-FCE in the US and he maintains his membership in that group.

Joe’s paternal heritage is traced to Bradford, Yorkshire, three generations past and still speaks a form of the native tongue.  His maternal heritage is Polish. He does not speak that native tongue.

 

THE TEDDINGTON CONFERENCE 2024
PROTESTANT HISTORY

October 4th – 5th 2024

Friday, October 4th
4pm:
Open teaching and discussion time led by Rev Ian Densham. Details to be confirmed.
7pm: Edward VIth & His writing

Saturday, October 5th
11am:
Octavius Winslow: Striving Heavenward
1.30pm: Johannes a Lasco: Polish Reformer
3pm: Theodore Beza – Calvin’s successor at Geneva

Please contact us via email ­­­­­­­­­­­­if you plan to attend – ccteddington(@)outlook.com Please bring your own lunch and tea, or buy something locally in one of the many outlets and cafes that are available within 5 minutes walk of the church. Tea & coffee will be provided. If you would like food to be provided on Saturday (sandwiches etcetera) please ensure that you let us know in advance.  There will be a minimal cost for this. Donations towards the cost of running the conference will be gratefully accepted. The Local Council are bringing in very stringent permit parking in the area of the church. Beware.

Free parking after 12midday is available on Elmfield Avenue, very close to the church. There are two pay-car parks in Teddington, one at the Swimming Pool, on Vicarage Road, and one on Cedar Road. Public Transport links are good – 5 bus routes (285,281, R68, X26, and 33) all pass very close to the church. The rail links access Waterloo, Clapham, Wimbledon, Richmond (Underground) and Twickenham – leave Teddington Station from platform 2, turn left, and walk about 350yds. You’ll see Christchurch Avenue opposite the Travelodge.

Location: Christ Church, Christ Church Avenue, Teddington, TW11 9AB
For more information please email ccteddington(@)outlook.com

2024 Speakers

Rev. Dr Ian Densham, who was for many years, the Pastor of Zion Community Church in St. Ives and Droylsden Independent Church. He is a visiting lecturer at Bible seminaries in the Philippines. Not only is he a speaker at many conferences, he has been responsible for recording many of the lectures.

Rt. Rev. Dominic Stockford left the Roman Catholic ministry in 1993, and was brought to Christ in 1995. He has been the Pastor of Christ Church Teddington since 2001. He has contributed articles and reviews to the ‘Protestant Truth’ magazine and has been chairman of the Protestant Truth Society since 2010. Amongst other writings he has contributed a chapter to Rev. Richard Bennett’s seminal work, “Far from Rome, Near to God”, and has reviewed a number of books for Evangelical Times.

Joe Busfield grew up and still lives in the Philadelphia area of Pennsylvania, U.S.  He was raised in the traditional Reformed Episcopal church.  He earned a B.S. degree from Drexel University majoring in mechanical engineering and went on to earn a Master of Business Administration from LaSalle University majoring in management and finance.  At a point in his career, he operated a gas (petrol) station and had the time and opportunity to attend the Reformed Episcopal Seminary part-time well before it was moved into the Anglo-Catholic realm.  During this time, he become more and more convinced of the biblical basis of reformed theology and developed a keen interest in the English Reformation.  Joe was once described in a Reformed Episcopal Council as “the lowest churchman in the denomination”, a description he cherishes.  But as the” lowest churchman”, he is no longer associated with the Reformed Episcopal Church due to its return to Anglo-Catholicism and, by God’s grace was welcomed into the Evangelical Connexion of the Free Church of England, was ordained a deacon to represent the EC-FCE in the US and he maintains his membership in that group.

Joe’s paternal heritage is traced to Bradford, Yorkshire, three generations past and still speaks a form of the native tongue.  His maternal heritage is Polish. He does not speak that native tongue.

 

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