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 [Read more…]
The Church’s magazines for January 2019 are available at the following links: Free Presbyterian Magazine Young People’s Magazine
Sermons to the Natural Man by W G T Shedd, Solid Ground Christian Books, 2003, pbk, 434pp RRP £15.95 Offer Price £12.76 Essential Truths in the Heart of a Christian by Wilhelmus Schortinghuis, Reformation Heritage, 2009 , pbk, 133pp RRP £10.99 Offer Price £8.79 Christ’s Glorious Achievements by C H Spurgeon, Banner of Truth, 2014 [Read more…]
The services from the January 2019 communion in Inverness are available as follows: Wednesday prayer meeting – Psalm 126:5-6 Mourners will rejoice Thursday morning – Luke 19:10 Christ saves the lost Thursday evening – Luke 15:7 Joy in heaven Friday evening – Matthew 11:25-28 Christ gives rest Saturday – Isaiah 41:13-14 The weak encouraged Sabbath [Read more…]
All 12 of the first issues of the Free Presbyterian Magazine (1896 to 1897) are now available in searchable PDF format at this page. The main themes continue throughout: Explanation of the pernicious nature and baneful consequences of the Declaratory Act. This remains solemnly important, for to this day neither the Free Church of Scotland [Read more…]
The Westminster Confession of Faith, translated into Hebrew, is available in PDF format at this link.
The first Free Presbyterian Magazine, published in May 1896, is now available in PDF format at this link. More than 120 years old, it is of historical interest obviously. But also it is full of spiritually profitable material for today, and we could not recommend it more highly. The editorial of more than four pages [Read more…]
[This message by Rev Donald MacLean was distributed to his Portree congregation on 1 January 1952.] My Dear Friends This is the third time I have had occasion to address you by means of the printed page at the close of one year and the opening of another. The passage of time leaves its mark [Read more…]
A number of new books are now in stock in the Free Presbyterian Bookroom (contact details here). He Led Me: Autobiography, diaries and meditations of Alex Maclennan Ed. by Norman Campbell and Robert Dickie, Reformation Press, 2018, pbk, 238pp, £10.50 To All Ends of the Earth: Sermons Preached throughout the World by Rev William [Read more…]
The reports from the May 2018 Synod are available at this link.