Seminar Programme

Saturday 18th January 2020

Andrea Williams and Tim Dieppe from Christian Concern.

Andrea will be speaking on ‘The State of the Nation’ and Tim about ‘The Impact of Islam’.

Saturday 7th March 2020

International Bible Teacher Jacob Prasch of Moriel Ministries, Moriel TV.

Jacob will be speaking on ‘The Return of Christ, the Rapture (Harpazo) and The Great Day of the Lord (The Parousia)’.

9.30am reception with tea and coffee; first session at 10am followed by refreshments; second session at 12noon followed by lunch at 1.30pm;  a Q&A session will follow lunch and we will close at 3.30pm.

Saturday 21st March 2020

Tony Brown, Evangelist and leader of ‘Cults Investigated’.

Tony will be speaking on ‘The New Apostolic Movement (NAR) and their impact on the Church Today.’

Saturday 4th April 2020

Tony Pearce, Leader of The Bridge Christian Fellowship and author of the website ‘Light for the Last Days’ as well as ‘This Month in Prophecy’.

Tony will be speaking on ‘What is God saying to the world and the Church Today?’

Saturday 25th April 2020

Tom Brooker, Director of Red Hill Christian Centre.

Subject TBC

Saturday 16th May 2020

Rod Langston and Alison Eastwood from Ebenezer Operation Exodus.

Subject TBC

Saturday 30th May 2020

Sean Kehoe, Bible Teacher and author of a wide range of books as well as the website ‘Real Christianity’.

Sean will be teaching on ‘What is Real Discipleship and Do we Understand what forgiveness really involves?’

Prices and booking:

  • £20 per person for a seminar
    (including drinks, but bring own packed lunch)

For more information and to book your place on any of these seminars please contact us:

Tel: 01277 372206

Please note that due to limited seating capacity, it is recommended that you book early.

Typical event format

9.30am Tea/coffee
10.00am First session
11.15am Refreshment break
11.45am Second session
1.00pm Lunch break
(drinks provided, but please bring own lunch)
2.00pm Third session or discussion
3.00pm Questions and feedback
3.30pm Close


Whilst Pilgrims Hall invites speakers to present teaching on various topics as part of our Seminar and Ministry Programmes, the views expressed by visiting speakers in any seminars are entirely those of the individuals concerned and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Pilgrims Hall.

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