At the FiG, we are big supporters of any event that promotes the gospel and encourages the people of God to gather together. Below you will find the events that are happening* around the country. If you would like to add something, please get in touch with us!

*We have endeavoured to find good quality events, but please use your discretion, the FiG does not necessarily endorse the views expressed at the events.

Impact Bible Conference 2020

The aim of Impact Bible Conference is drawn from Jesus’ words in John 17:17, “Sanctify them in the truth; Your word is truth.” That is why, each year at Impact, you will find sound and gifted speakers, from all over the world, expositionally and exceptionally preaching that truth. You will also find new and old believers, also from all over the world, seeking to learn and live out that truth.

Since the first conference was held in 1998, the Lord has used this ministry in many ways. He continues to grow the conference and use it to make an impact on those who attend—from bringing many to salvation, to transforming lives from spiritual apathy to passion for His glory, to refocussing hearts and minds on His person and will. As a church, it is a consistent opportunity to joyfully serve other believers from many churches and locations.

So, come and join us at Impact as we worship the Lord through the hearing of His Word, the singing of His praises and fellowship with one another.

Speakers: Dr Steve Lawson and Dr Carl Hargrove

When: 29 May - 1 June 2020

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Stand for the Gospel 2020: With Christ in the Heavenlies

South Island Conference

Date: 31 July - 2 August 2020

Speakers: Don Carson

Where: Bishopdale Reformed Church

North Island Conference

Date: 7-9 August 2020

Speakers: Don Carson

Where: Howick Baptist Church

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Grace Conference 2020: The Mind of Christ

Date: 23-25 October 2020

Speakers: Voddie Baucham

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