Summer Conference

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Summer Conference
Monday to Friday
25 - 29 July 2016


7.30pm - Bill Tipton *


9.30am - Prayer Meeting
10.30am - John Greer
4.30pm - Pooyan Mehrshahi ****
7.30pm - Robert Dickie


9.30am - Prayer Meeting
10.30am - John Greer
7.30pm - Pooyan Mehrshahi *


9.30am - Prayer Meeting
10.30am - Robert Dickie
4.30pm - Malcolm Watts **
6.00pm - Fellowship Tea
7.30pm - John Greer


9.30am - Prayer Meeting
10.30am - Robert Dickie
4.30pm - Dafydd Morris ***
6.00pm Fellowship Tea
7.30pm - Dewi Higham *

* Gospel Messages
** Thursday Lecture
*** Welsh Conference
**** Farsi Informal Meeting

Themes 2016 

• Revival • Pastor and People • Gospel Messages • Knowing the Times •

Speakers 2016

John Greer (Ballymena)
Bob Dickie (Michigan USA)
Bill Tipton (Michigan USA)
Pooyan Mehrshahi (Cheltenham)
Malcolm Watts (Salisbury)
Dewi Higham (Cardiff)
Dafydd Morris (Carmarthen)

Speakers and
Dates for 2017

Monday 31 July to Friday 4 August

William Macleod (Glasgow)
Peter Masters (London)
Mark Stocker (Southampton)
Hywel Roberts (Southampton)
Richard Clarke (Plymouth)
Ibrahim ag Mohamed (London)
Jonathan Northern (Baldock)
Jonathan Munday (Exeter)

Thursday Lecture
Knowing the Times ..

We have changed the schedule for the Thursday of the Summer Conference. One of the Welsh Conference meetings has been replaced by a Thursday lecture.

The intention is to give an opportunity to deal with some important and current matter. In future years we hope to deal with the dangers of New Calvinism, New Covenant Theology and the concerns about the recent emphasis on Christian counselling. Other matters might be the dangers of moralism and the new evangelical liberalism. It is also hoped to cover important and positive matters as the need of the Holy Spirit and gospel preaching. 

Malcolm Watts will speak at the inaugural lecture. He will give an overview of the many threats we face as a church.

2015 report .. 

If we knew something of the gentle breeze of the Holy Spirit in this conference, it makes one wonder what would the stronger winds of a visitation be like. We long for such things ... read more ...


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bus routes
and cardiff taxis

Bus route 28 from city centre to Summer Conference. Buses every 30 minutes. Nearest bus stop to Tabernacle Cardiff is Shirley Road (between Mackintosh Place and Roath Park) More information on

Cardiff Taxis:
Premier Taxis 02920555555
Dragon Taxis 02920333333
Capital Cabs 02920777777

no conference booking
no conference fee

All are welcome to attend the Summer Conference. There is no need to book or register for the conference. You are welcome to come for one of the meetings or for all the meetings, as is convenient to you. There is no conference fee. The conference is free of charge. There will be a free will offering at the services.

parking during
conference week

The best place to park is on Ninian Road on the park side. There may also be places outside the chapel or in nearby streets. See location map.


Details about Cambrian Point Halls of Residence can be found on our accommodation page. We provide a transport service from Cambrian Point to the meetings at 10am and 7pm. A return journey is also provided. If you require further advice on accommodation options please contact us.

"Within these fifty years there have been five or six very great awakenings. I am persuaded, that unless we are favoured with frequent revivals, and a strong, powerful work of the Spirit of God, we shall, in a great degree, degenerate, and have only a 'name to live:' religion will soon lose its vigour; the ministry will hardly retain its lustre and glory; and iniquity will, of consequence, abound." Thomas Charles