Services of the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland have resumed in the Preaching Station of Vancouver, Canada. The services are at 9.30 am and 6.30 pm each Sabbath (Lord’s Day) and are held at: Burnaby Community Room 3605 Gilmore Way Burnaby, British Columbia V5G 4X5 For more details, see the Vancouver congregation page.
The recordings of the five papers given at the 2017 Youth Conference can be found at the following link: Youth Conference 2017
Rev Iain D Campbell, Free Church minister of Point, Lewis, died on January 28 at the age of 53. It was widely rumoured at the time, and has now been confirmed, that he died as a result of hanging himself. Furthermore, his widow is now reported to have raised allegations of immorality regarding her late [Read more…]
Please find our new Second Hand Booklist at this link. If you would like to purchase any of the books from the list, or are looking for something else- whether second hand or brand new- please do not hesitate to get in touch either by e-mail or by phone. Sandy Smith Manager Free Presbyterian Bookroom [Read more…]
The sermons preached at the outset of the new ministry in Inverness are now available online: Ambassadors for Christ The Ambassadors’ Message
The media have reported the remarks of Mr Alexander MacLean, a ruling elder in the Dingwall congregation of the Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland, made in his capacity as religious representative at the meeting of the Highland Council’s Education, Children and Adult Services (ECAS) Committee on 26 January 2017. The Committee was dealing with a [Read more…]
Three of the papers from the 2016 Theological Conference are available on the site, accessible by selecting Theological Conferences from the Audio menu.
[A lecture given in Barnoldswick on 31 December 2016] We are on the threshold of a new year. This year ends with much anticipation of change in 2017. Election results contrary to the expectations of many, both for Brexit in the United Kingdom and for a radically different president in the United States, have dramatically [Read more…]
The common idea that the desire to change from the singular thee and thy to the plural you and your in addressing God is a modern phenomenon is scotched by a comment of Thomas Boston (1676-1732) in a sermon on the third petition of the Lord’s Prayer (Works, vol 2, p 587). Described in the [Read more…]
[This is the sixth set of questions based on John Owen’s treatise on Spiritual Mindedness. This set is based on Chapter 11, accessible at this link.] Q21 Where is the source of spiritual mindedness in the soul? It is in the affections. Q22 What is the uniqueness of the affections? Affections are the only power [Read more…]