Kingdom Theology Conference 2013
Saturday, 29 June 2013 from 10:00 to 17:30 (BST)
Cheltenham, United Kingdom
Life Transformed: Christian Discipleship in the Power of the Spirit
We are excited to announce the first annual Kingdom Theology Conference - a one day conference on Saturday 29th June 2013 at Trinity Church, Cheltenham. Bringing together the best in deep theology with Kingdom values, we hope this conference will be an excellent opportunity to be inspired and encouraged. The conference is hosted by Westminster Theological Centre (WTC) in partnership with Trinity College Bristol. WTC are passionate about connecting the local church with the world of academic theology; it is therefore fitting that the conference will occur in a thriving local church, which is also a base for one of WTC's training Hubs.
Dr Stephen Holmes
Title: 'In the Power of the Spirit: Jesus' Ministry and Ours'
Steve is a Senior Lecturer in Systematic Theology at the University of St Andrews. He teaches historical and systematic theology and homiletics. His research interests include the contemporary expression of Christian theology and evangelical Christianity. Steve is also editor of the International Journal of Systematic Theology and speaks widely both to academics and Christian ministers.
Dr Krish Kandiah
Krish is the Executive Director for Churches in Mission and England for the Evangelical Alliance. He has previously worked with UCCF, IFES and Oxford University and the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics. He was a tutor in evangelism at Wycliffe Hall and pastored a church in Harrow, London.
Title: 'Follow the Leader'
With her husband Rick, Bev co-leads Christian Growth International, a church planting organisation with a mandate to raise, equip and release leaders to plant churches and develop mission. She's been involved in senior church leadership, pastoring churches in her native Australia and the UK and now mentoring church leaders. She is also an author and a sought-after conference speaker across the world.
Dr Lucy Peppiatt (Dean of Studies, WTC)
Dr Justin Stratis (Trinity College Bristol)
|11:30am||Main Session 2|
|1:30pm||Short paper sessions|
Main Session 3
Call for Papers
Who is the conference for?
The conference is for anyone interested in connecting theology with ministry in the power of the Holy Spirit. We especially welcome academics, church leaders and theology students, as well as those with an interest in theology. It will also be a good opportunity for those interested in studying theology to be inspired by the kinds of issues theologians address.
Is there a booking fee?
No, there is no booking fee to pay in addition to the cost of registration.
Is my registration transferrable?
Yes, you can transfer your registration to someone else by filling in their details. They will then be automatically emailed a new ticket.
Can I update my registration information?
Yes, you can update your details at any time.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Bringing either your printed or electronic ticket (using the Eventbrite app) will greatly speed up the registration process. If you forget to bring your ticket we will still be able to admit you but your entry may be slightly delayed.
If I'm booking a group of attendees do I need to provide all their names?
As we will be printing name badges for all attendees we do require names for everyone. You can make changes at a later date.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the conference?
Trinity Church is located in the centre of Cheltenham, close to the M5, A40 and A417. The postcode to use for navigation devices is GL52 2NX. There is a large pay-and-display car park opposite the church. Parking for over 6 hours costs £10 (free for blue badge holders). There is some free on-street parking available nearby on Pittville Lawn. Alternatively, there are park-and-ride car parks just outside Cheltenham.
Cheltenham Spa is the nearest train station. There are frequent connections to London (First Great Western), the South-West, the Midlands, the North (Cross Country Trains) and the surrounding area. Bus D from the station goes to the town centre and stops a short walk from Trinity Church. You may prefer to take a taxi - these are normally available outside the station's main entrance.
Bristol and Birmingham are the closest international airports. London Heathrow is the closest major airport.
What is the refund policy?
Registrations are transferrable but non-refundable.
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When & Where
Westminster Theological Centre (WTC)
At Westminster Theological Centre we combine the best of academic teaching with the vibrant life of the Holy Spirit. All our part-time courses are validated by the University of Chester and are delivered in partnership with local churches in locations across the UK.