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Request a speaker

This form is for those who would like to request a speaker from TFT to speak at a church or event. Note that this is a detailed form and may take 10-15 minutes to complete. By capturing as much information as possible at this stage, this helps us to respond most effectively when you submit the form.

Where there is a * you must complete this part of the form. When you are finished, press the Submit button to send us your request, and a copy of the information entered will be emailed to your email address.

About your message
Please indicate whether this is the first time you have contacted TFT
Please indicate how you heard about TFT. Enter "Self" if you referred yourself
Agreements
Is your church/organisation in agreement with our Basis?
Do you agree to be bound by our Code of Confidentiality?
Your personal contact details
Tick the method(s) by which would prefer us to contact you
Tick any method(s) by which you would NOT want to be contacted
Organisation contact details
This should be the proposed venue of the speaking event
This is selected first so that you get the right options for County below.
Aberdeen, Bristol, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow are listed as cities. London and Manchester are included in "Greater London" and "Greater Manchester".
Pick a denomination that most closely matches this church or organisation
Meeting details
Details of the proposed meeting.
On what day of the week should be meeting be held?
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At what time should the meeting begin?
If you have a specific date in mind, please select it here.
Please leave blank if you are happy for the speaker to choose an appropriate title.
We generally suggest a minimum of 30 minutes for a Sunday sermon or 90-120 minutes for a seminar
Would you like an open discussion time?
Would you like a time for questions and answers?
Is this a public meeting that you would be comfortable for us to promote to nearby TFT members to invite them to attend?
Please tick any equipment that would be available to the speaker
We encourage caution before making our talks publicly available, for example on a website
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