For information on speaking requests see below.

Speaking Engagements

30 October 2016
Hope Church Huddlesfield
Acts 4

10-12 November 2016
Advance Church Planters Course
Biblical Theology and Exposition

13 November 2016
Godfirst Cheltenham

19 November 2016
Cardiff Men’s Convention
God, Eternity and My Life

20 Cardiff Men’s Convention
Sovereign Grace Bristol

11 December 2016
St John Newland, Hull
Isaiah 64

13 December 2016
Boroughbridge Historical Society
Grace and Glory: the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

22 January 2017
Bethel Church Ripon

26 April 2017
Co-Mission and The Antioch Plan

1-4 May 2017
Llandudno Bible Week

5-6 May 2017
Independent Methodist Leaders Conference

10 June 2017
St John’s Chapeltown Leaders Training
Enjoying God

3-7 July 2017
Bournemouth and Poole Convention
Rediscovered Joy: Galatians and the Reformation

15-21 July 2017
Keswick Convention
Bible Matters

21-22 October 2017
Trinity West London
Reformation Study Day

1 November 2017
Midlands Gospel Partnership (Leicester)
The Reformation

17 December 2017
Batley Evangelical Church Coral Concert

8-10 January 2018
Irish Preachers’ Conference

13-14 October 2018
Monmouth Baptist Church, Bi-Centenary Weekend

Speaking Requests

Please email speaking requests to tim[at]timchester[dot]co[dot]uk with information on:

  1. Possible dates.
  2. Number of times of talks.
  3. Your preferred topic.
  4. Expected numbers.
  5. Expenses and honorarium (see below).

My publishers are always happy to work with conference organisers to provide books.

Honorarium and Expenses

Apart from my part-time role with the Acts 29 Oak Hill Academy, I rely on writing and speaking for my income. I don’t receive a salary for my work with my church plant.

As a guide to an appropriate honorarium I suggest taking the numbers of days I’ll be away from home and adding a day for preparation for each talk if I’ve chosen the topic and two days per talk if you’ve chosen the topic. Then multiply this by what you consider to be an appropraite day rate. Someone receiving the minimum wage earns £54 a day. Or you might consider it fair to pay me whatever you earn. As a guide, a person earning £25,000 per annum receives about £100 per working day.

The HMRC guidance for mileage expenses is 45p/mile.