Sola Gratia | Grace Alone
The Greenville Conference on Reformed Theology is a ministry of Second Presbyterian Church. Join us on October 6-8, 2023 as we consider this year’s theme: “Sola Gratia.” Tickets are free but registration is required. A pre-conference banquet is available on Friday evening for $10.
October 6-8, 2023
In addition to the in-person event, this conference will also be live streamed and recorded. Groups are welcome to gather and watch together. All times are Eastern Time. Nursery (ages 0-4) and youth activities (ages 5-11) are available.
5 PM – Check-in / Bookstore opens
6 PM – Dinner ($10 adult, children eat free with paying adult, registration required)
**Nursery (ages 0-4) Opens at 6:30 PM**
7 PM – Session 1
9 AM – Session 2
10:30 AM – Session 3
11:30 AM – Session 4 – Q&A – All Speakers
8:30/11 AM – Session 5
10 AM – Session 6
6 PM – Session 7
Dr. Ian Hamilton
Dr. Ian Hamilton is President of Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Newcastle, England. He is also a Trustee of the Banner of Truth Trust and Greenville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
Dr. Hamilton has preached at conferences around the world. His books include a commentary on the Letters of John, published by the Trust in the ‘Let’s Study’ series, The Faith-Shaped Life and, The Gospel-Shaped Life.
Dr. Jon Payne
Dr. Jon Payne is Senior Pastor of Christ Church Presbyterian in Charleston, South Carolina. He is the Executive Coordinator of the Gospel Reformation Network, and a trustee of Westminster Presbyterian Theological Seminary, Newcastle, UK.
Dr. Payne is series co-editor of the Lectio Continua Expository Commentary on the New Testament and the author/editor of numerous books including John Owen and the Lord’s Supper (Banner of Truth, 2004), and In the Splendor of Holiness: Rediscovering the Beauty of Reformed Worship for the 21st Century.
Dr. Richard Phillips
Richard Phillips is Senior Minister of the historic Second Presbyterian Church in Greenville, SC. He is the author of forty-five books and frequently speaks at conferences on the Bible and Reformed Theology. He has been the chairman of the Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology since 2000 and is series co-editor of the Reformed Expository Commentary series (P&R).
Dr. Phillips is an adjunct professor at Westminster Theological Seminary, where he serves on the Board of Trustees as chairman of the Academic Affairs Committee. He serves also on the Board of Directors of the Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals and the Council of the Gospel Reformation Network. He has enjoyed a long association with the Rafiki Foundation and contributed extensively to the Rafiki Bible Study.
Location and Parking
The conference will be held at Second Presbyterian Church (105 River St. Greenville, SC 29607). Free parking is available on site.