The Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland is a Psalm-singing Reformed Church with congregations across the world. It is committed to the inspiration of the whole Bible and the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ, the only Saviour from sin.
As the constitutional heir of the historic Church of Scotland, the Free Presbyterian Church traces its Scriptural roots through the Scottish Reformation to the New Testament itself. It seeks to uphold a full testimony to Reformed doctrine, worship and government:
- In doctrine, the Church’s only supreme standard is Scripture, with the entire Westminster Confession of Faith as its unqualified subordinate standard.
- In worship, the Regulative Principle is applied consistently, so that nothing is brought into worship except what Scripture requires.
- In government, Scriptural principles are applied to the life of the Church and to the lives of the people.