As a congregation we are keen to distribute the Scriptures and booklets which faithfully interpret them. We are therefore willing to send single copies of any of the items listed below free of charge to any individual who requests them for personal use, whether from the UK or overseas. Some of the items (which were kindly donated to us) have rusted staples but are otherwise in good condition.
To order any of the items please submit the order form opposite.
We are happy also to correspond on any matters relating to the reformed faith, whether doctrinal or practical. Please email the minister with any queries you may have.
S1. The Gospel of John (Authorised Version)
S2. The Authority of Scripture (Booklet showing that our sole authority for informing us what is true and right in the sight of God is Holy Scripture)
S3. Which Bible Version: Does it Really Matter? (Booklet explaining some of the problems of modern versions of the Bible as compared to the Authorised Version)
D1. The Westminster Confession of Faith: Milestone, Millstone or Manifesto? (Booklet showing the relevance of the Confession for today’s church)
D2. The Holy Trinity (Booklet showing the truly Scriptural doctrine of the Trinity)
D3. Baptism: Meaning, Mode and Subjects (Booklet explaining the biblical basis for the baptism of believers’ children)
D4. Church and State (Booklet explaining the proper relation between the church and the state, or the “establishment principle”)
D5. The Antichrist: A Biblical and Confessional View (Booklet showing that the Reformation belief that the Papacy is the Man of Sin is the one sanctioned by Scripture)
D6. Signs of the Times (Booklet revealing downward trends in the doctrine and practice of Presbyterian churches in Scotland in the 19th century – trends which have accelerated since)
W1. Returning to the Family Altar (Booklet encouraging the practice of family worship and showing how it is to be done)
W2. A Catechism on Praise (Booklet explaining why we should sing psalms only in our worship)
W3. The Voice of His Praise (Booklet showing the consensus of opinion on praise from church history)