Midlands Conference 23rd April 2022

MIDLANDS CONFERENCE 

The Biblical Teaching on Separation

Location: St Silas Church, Long Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 1HU

(2 minutes' walk from bus and railway stations, pay & display parking at Broad Street car park, near to Church)

SATURDAY 23rd APRIL 2022, D.V.

First Session 11am

The Marks of the True Church

Speaker: Rev. Roland Burrows (Christian Heritage Centre, Rowley Regis & Salisbury Reformed Seminary)              

Second Session

The Biblical Doctrine of Separation

Speaker: Rt Rev Edward Malcolm (Presiding Bishop Church of England (Continuing))  

Hot / cold drinks & light lunch will be available between sessions 2 and 3.

Third Session - 2pm 

The Implications of Separation

Speaker: Mr Paul Hooper (Lay Reader St Silas Church)

3pm Evening Prayer

ALL WELCOME

Bookstall and Free Literature

This World is God's World

This World is God's World - News and Views from a Christian perspective- 

"Those who left to form the Church of England (Continuing) in 1994 believed that when Evangelicals remained in the Church of England after the ordination of women contrary to the Bible, they seared their consciences. Yes, there were measures for parishes which did not want to ordain women but essentially the Church of England had become a church against the Bible and against God. To remain in such a church was a sin." English Churchman, edition 8032, 19th July 2019. English Churchman 2004-2021 Archive available with free access from link at www.wimbledonchurch.com

This World is God's World 

This World is God's World 

In recent weeks the Rev Peter Ratcliff has led the London congregation in a new season of weekly preaching sessions in Wimbledon town centre.

by Rt Rev Edward J Malcolm

Rev. Craig Dennison of the Trinitarian Bile Society is expected to speak on this important work on Thursday 10th March 2022 at 7.30pm at St Silas, Church of England Continuing, Long Street, Wolverhampton.

Pathetic Bishops!
February 2022

It has been reported in the Church Times that the previous Bishop of Chester, Peter Forster, has perverted to the Church of Rome. Typically, Forster was against certain liberal morality moves of the Church of England but in favour of others. Some Evangelical pressure groups carelessly accepted Forster among them as they did Michael Nazir-Ali, another bishop who recently perverted to Rome.