What is the Truth Of The Gospel Conference?
2023 Speaker: Richard Barcellos
The Truth of the Gospel Conference is a combined effort of St Johns Park Baptist Church and Southern Districts Reformed Baptist Church in Sydney, Australia. The namesake, “truth of the gospel” comes right out of Galatians 2:5 and 2:14 where Paul vigorously contends to get the gospel right. The conference, then, is aimed at doing the exact same thing – proclaiming and defending the gospel in all its veracity and glory.
The conference commenced in 2010 with a visit from Conrad Mbewe, “the African Spurgeon,” and since then the annual get-together has had notable speakers from all over the world; and as a result has now the reputation of an anticipated day filled with great teaching, music, and fellowship.
Our prayer then is that through this website, you experience some of the blessings and encouragement that the Lord has given our conference.
MAY 2023Sydney, Australia
About the Speaker
Richard Barcellos has over 25 years of pastoral experience, including planting two churches and helping three others get planted and has taught pastors in several countries. He is the author of a number of books, including Trinity and Creation, Better Than The Beginning, Getting the Garden Right and The Lord’s Supper as a Means of Grace. He is also a contributor to various journals, magazines, and platforms, including Tabletalk and Reformation 21. He is married and has five children.
The format of the day
Free Entry. Lunch Provided. However registration is Required!
How to Get Here
St Johns Park Baptist Church, 178 Humphries Road, St Johns Park, New South Wales, 2176
St Johns Park Baptist Church is located in a suburb in South-West Sydney. Parking is available onsite.
However, if coming by Public Transport:
- Trains can be taken to Cabramatta Station, whereby buses (routes: 805/807/816) can be taken to the church.
- Alternatively, trains can be taken to Fairfield Station, whereby route 802 can be taken to the church.
We recommend you plan your trip at trip planner on the Transport NSW website.