About The Scottish Reformation Society

The Scottish Reformation Society exists to defend and promote the work of the Protestant Reformation in Scotland.

We do this by organising meetings, by publishing literature, by running an essay competition, and through the work of our local Branches.

The Scottish Reformation Society has been evangelical, Protestant, and non-denominational since its foundation in 1850. Membership of the Society is encouraged and is open to all who support its aims.

The official magazine of the Society is The Bulwark which is published quarterly. The Society also publishes an Historical Journal annually.

 

The objects of the Scottish Reformation Society

(a) To propagate the Evangelical Protestant Faith and those principles held in common by those Churches and Organisations adhering to the Reformation;

(b) To diffuse sound and Scriptural teaching on the distinctive tenets of Protestantism and Roman Catholicism;

(c) To carry on missionary work among adherents of the latter faith with a view of winning them to the doctrines of grace and to the fellowship of the true Gospel;

(d) To produce and distribute evangelistic, religious and other literature in connection with the promotion of the Protestant religion;

(e) To promote the associating together of men and women, and especially young people, for systematic Bible Study and holdings of meetings for the above specified purposes.

Inverness Branch

(founded 1978)
Chairman: Rev Maurice Roberts
Secretary: David MacRae
Website: reformation-scotland.org


Aberdeen Branch

(founded 1998)
Chairman: Rev Douglas Somerset (01224) 645 250
Secretary: John Smith (01224) 867 225


Lewis Branch

(founded 2006)
Chairman: Rev Andrew Coghill
Secretary: Dr Robert Dickie robertdickie@doctors.org.uk


Glasgow Branch

(founded 2006)
Chairman:
Secretary:
Website: Glasgow.ScottishReforma
tionSociety.org

The Scottish Reformation Society exists to defend and promote the work of the Protestant Reformation in Scotland.