An in-depth introduction to Reformed Presbyterian theology and ministry.

What is it?

What does Christian ministry involve? What is distinctive about Presbyterian churches? Might ministry in a Presbyterian church be appropriate for me in the future? The IPC Weekender is intended as a chance for those thinking about full-time ministry to come and explore these questions, particularly in relation to the IPC. Whether in a ministry role already, at college or just thinking about ministry in the future, come and explore the Presbyterian option with two IPC ministers and church planters.

Who is it for?

The Weekender is especially aimed at those considering full-time ministry, whether currently linked with the IPC or not. It’s also open to anyone in IPC churches wanting to learn more

Where is it?

This year we’ll hold the conference online, via Zoom

When is it?

Saturday, November 7th 2020

How much?



9:30am Session 1 — The Confessional Church: An introduction to Presbyterianism and the IPC
11.15am  Session 2 — The Covenantal Church: What is Covenant theology and how does it shape ministry?
1.30pm  Session 3 — The Connected Church: What does the Bible teach about church government?
3.00pm  Session 4 — The Charismatic Church: How does the Holy Spirit work in his church today?


Matthew Roberts
(Minister, Trinity Church York

Jonty Rhodes
(Minister, Christ Church Central Leeds)

How do I book?

To book: email Hannah Lefroy with the subject ‘IPC Weekender’ to

For more information please contact Jonty Rhodes: