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.