Women’s Preaching Network – Psalm 137: What on earth do we do with that last line?

When: Monday 14 September 2020, 7:35 pm - 9:15 pm

Speaker: Gillian Asquith, Matthew Williams

We’re excited to host our next Women’s Preaching Network Webinar event on Monday the 14th of September. This Webinar will feature Gillian Asquith on ‘Psalm 137: What on earth do we do with that last line?’ We’ll also have the opportunity to hear from Matthew Williams on ‘Shaping the Sound of the Sermon: Writing an Oral Text’

Event Details

Date Monday 14 September 2020
Time 7:35 pm – 9:15 pm
Speakers Gillian Asquith, Matthew Williams
Registration Fee $7.00. You can register here.



7:35 pm  Welcome
7:45 pm  Welcome and intro the preacher, Bible reading
7:50 pm  Sermon (20 minutes)
8:10 pm  Breakout groups
8:17 pm  Q and A
8:28 pm  Break
8.33 pm  Introduction to the trainer + Training presentation
9.10 pm  Closing remarks
9.15 pm  Finish


Speaker Info
Gillian Asquith





Gillian holds a Master of Arts in Oriental Studies (Mandarin Chinese) from the University of Oxford, a Post-Graduate Certificate in Education from Bristol University, and a Master of Divinity from Melbourne School of Theology. She has extensive experience in teaching and lecturing in schools, universities, and theological colleges. Gillian currently lectures in Koine Greek and New Testament at Melbourne School of Theology and leads their biblical archaeology study tour program. Gillian is also a part-time doctoral candidate at Australian Catholic University researching how the vocabulary of ancient Greek papyri informs our understanding of the New Testament. Gillian has preached in churches and at conferences in Victoria and interstate and was chair of the board of trustees of the Centre for Biblical Preaching for several years.

Matthew Williams







Matt is the Vicar of St James’ Old Cathedral and Chair of Finance at St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne. He also serves on the boards of the Centre for Biblical Preaching and the Consort of Melbourne, a professional chamber choir. A classical pianist and former investment banker, Matthew graduated from Ridley in 2009 with the Felix Arnott, Hey Sharp and Oliver Heyward prizes, along with awards in Old and New Testament exegesis. He has also tutored at Ridley in Hermeneutics.

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