This year’s Clive West Memorial Trust lecture moves to a new venue – St Nicholas’ Parish Church, Lisburn Road, Belfast.
The lecture takes place on Thursday November 11 at 7.30pm, and the speaker is the Rev Dr John Yates III (PhD, Cambridge). Dr Yates is rector of an Anglican church in North Carolina and is a writer, thinker, leader and shaper of a renewed and faithful worldwide Anglicanism.
He has contributed to the Reformational Anglicanism series, and worked as study assistant to the late John Stott. He spoke at the Gafcon International conference in Nairobi in 2013, giving one of the plenary addresses.
This is Dr Yates’ first time speaking in Ireland. His topic is Hearing God – how do we hear God? How do we know that it is God speaking? Amidst the clamour of other voices, competing for the church’s attention, how important is it to hear God in the 21st century Church?
The lecture is free to attend, and there will be the opportunity to contribute to the work of the Trust. There is parking close to St Nicholas’ in the car park behind the Fire Station on the Lisburn Road.
Full details and recordings of past lectures HERE.