The Commission 2019
The Commission date is now Saturday 2nd March (2019).
We are pleased to announce that our speakers for next year will be Ian Coffey and Andy Bannister. Ian is currently the Head of Leadership Training at Moorlands Bible College and Andy heads up the work of the Solas Centre for Public Christianity.
Keswick in Ayrshire (May 2018)
We were delighted to be part of the first Keswick in Ayrshire which was held in Kilmarnock. There were 500 in attendance on all three nights of the convention.
Change of date
The Commission date is now Saturday 28 April.
We felt it necessary to make this change because of the severe weather conditions we have been experiencing recently. John Lennox and Jeremy McQuoid are both able to be with us on the re-scheduled date. All tickets purchased for 3 March will be valid on the new date. Please put this date in your diary. (Venue remains the same)
We apologise to everyone for the change in plans but believe that in the interests of safety and to ensure that our speakers could be with us we feel this is the best decision to take in the circumstances.
Saturday 28th April 2018: Newton Mearns Baptist Church from 9:30am
John will speak on "Confidence in Creation". John is Emeritus Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford. He is a Christian apologist and has written a number of books, including "Seven Days that Divide the World". He is married to Sally and they have three grown-up children and eight grand-children.
Jeremy will speak on "Confidence in the Cross". Jeremy is senior pastor at Deeside Christian Fellowship Church in Aberdeen. He is a frequent speaker at the Keswick Convention and is well-known to regular attenders at The Commission. He has written a number of books including "The Amazing Cross". He is married to Elizabeth and is father to three boys.
There are no more tickets available for this event
Champions once more!
The winning team in our 5 a side football tournament held at the end of May after they were successful for the fourth year in a row. That is quite an achievement.
There were over a 100 men present on the night with many of them unchurched. Thanks again to Alan Guy from South Glasgow Church who organised the evening and to others who helped make it such a great success. Apart from pizza at the end all the men received a Christian men’s magazine and an invitation to church.