Westminster Confession at 375: Historical Reflections and Contemporary Relevance

3-5 pm (Boston) // 8-10 pm (London)

This event will held live on Zoom with an interactive Q&A

Created upon the request of the English Parliament by "learned, godly, and judicious Divines" convened at Westminster Abbey, the Westminster Confession of Faith has had a remarkable influence within Protestantism over the 375 years since its adoption. In commemoration of this important anniversary, the Congregational Library & Archives, Boston, and Dr Williams’s Library, London, are bringing leading scholars and theologians together to talk about the significance of the Westminster Confession: past, present, and future.

During this virtual program, Dr. Chad Van Dixhoorn will speak on “The Westminster Assembly in Historical Context,” Dr. Baird Tipson on "The Impact of the Westminster Confession during New England's First Century," and Rev. Dr. Richard L. Floyd on “Reflections on the Legacy of the Westminster Confession of Faith.” The program will be moderated by Dr. Isabel Rivers.

The event is free to all, but registration is required via this link: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_oFgBKeXgRUuo16Y0X0bgEg

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

For more information, please email info@14beacon.org.


Program Sponsored by Congregational Library & Archives, Boston, and Dr Williams’s Library, London