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         Church Of Scotland:     more books (100)
  1. The Confessions of the Church of Scotland; Their Evolution in History by Charles Greig M'crie, 2010-03-25
  2. Court, Kirk, and Community: Scotland 1470 - 1625 (The New History of Scotland, No. 4) by Jennifer Wormald, 1991-09
  3. Records of the Presbyteries of Inverness and Dingwall, 1643-1688 by Church Of Scotland Inverness, 2010-03
  4. The Scottish Reformation: Church and Society in Sixteenth Century Scotland by Ian B. Cowan, 1983-01
  5. The Home And Foreign Missionary Record Of The Free Church Of Scotland, For 1867 (1867) by The Free Church Of Scotland, 2010-09-10
  6. Memoir of the Rev. W.H. Hewitson: Late Minister of the Free Church of Scotland, at Dirleton [1852] by John Baillie, 2009-12-15
  7. Being a Bishop in Scotland by Maurice Taylor, 2006-08-07
  8. Collections and Observations Methodized: Concerning the Worship, Discipline, and Government of the Church of Scotland. by Walter. Steuart, 2009-04-27
  9. A Hind Let Loose or an Historical Representation of the Testimonies of the Church of Scotland: With the True State Thereof in All its Periods Together ... of Greatest Consequence Are Enquired Into by Alexander Shields, 2009-04-27
  10. Memoirs of the Church of Scotland [By D. Defoe]. Repr by Daniel Defoe, 2010-01
  11. Communion Tokens Of The Established Church Of Scotland: Sixteenth, Seventeenth And Eighteenth Centuries by Alexander J. S. Brook, 2010-05-23
  12. History of the Catholic Church of Scotland from the Introduction of Christianity to the Present Day: From the Revolution of 1560 to the Death of James Vi, A. D. 1560-1625 by Alphons Bellesheim, 2010-02-24
  13. A history of worship in the Church of Scotland (The Baird lectures) by William D Maxwell, 1955
  14. The Westminster Confession in the Church today: Papers prepared for the Church of Scotland Panel on Doctrine by Alasdair I. C. HERON, 1982

1. Welcome To The Church Of Scotland Online
The Official Site for the church of scotland, with full content including information about the Boards and Committees of 'the Kirk', links to Presbyteries and Congregations, Press Releases.
Welcome Welcome to the Church of Scotland website. This is the one-stop portal for information about the Church and our work, both in local communities across Scotland and the UK and throughout the world. Our site also includes a range of information on our services and resources for schools, churches, ministers and individuals. We welcome feedback on our site, so please contact us with your comments or queries. Easy Reference:
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Properties for sale General Assembly 2003 The Moderator's Diary ... Frequently asked questions NEWS RELEASES 'Daring to care' for the world's needy Churches urged to 'push boat out' Moderator talks of concern for Service personnel and the importance of voters exercising democratic right New priorities for work of the Church ... More from our online newsroom... HAVE YOUR SAY Take part in the 'Taskforce for Change' consultation FEATURES Prayer for peace in Iraq and the Middle East Easter publications Church without Walls about the church ... site map

2. Free Church Of Scotland
Enter brief description here. The Free church of scotland. Youth Holidays 2003
The Free Church of Scotland Youth Holidays 2003 The Monthly Record March Edition now on the site The monthly magazine provides articles from church news to sermons. Edited by Rev . Alex MacDonald Today's Issues New Article - "Behind Enemy Lines" Reflecting on current events. Written by Rev. David Robertson The Message Board For lively and thought provoking discussion. All are welcome The Free Church Internet Library A selection of historical, spiritual, and instructional material from Free Church ministers past and present. Covenant theology: the need for a reappraisal and reaffirmation If you have comments about this site, please send them to Rev. Alex MacDonald If you wish to make a donation to the Free Church of Scotland Free General Information Free Church College ... Chat Room

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church of scotland. Carnoustie Church. Site last updated 29th January 2003
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4. Church Of Scotland
Established in 1560, the church of scotland was the only ecclesiastical body established by law in Scotland.
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Established in 1560, the Church of Scotland was the only ecclesiastical body established by law in Scotland. The General Assembly was Scotland's only national legislative assembly. It met every May and the moderator, who presided over the General Assembly, was elected annually by the delegates.
By 1901 the membership of the Church of Scotland had reached 662,000. Its leading competitors included the Free Church of Scotland (288,000) the United Presbyterian Church (194,000) and the Scottish Episcopal Church (47,000). There were also Baptists and Methodists and a growing number of Roman Catholics , composed mainly of Irish immigrants, settling in industrial centres such as Glasgow

5. Church Of Scotland Board Of Parish Education
The aim of the Board of Parish Education is to provide a variety of Christian educational opportunities for people, irrespective of age, gender, ability or location.
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for short) is a unique unit of the church of scotland set up in 1970 to examine some of the vital issues of our times.
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7. Free Church Of Scotland (Continuing) - Homepage
Official site of the FCC. Audio tape ministry, newsletter archive, various articles and contact details.
Choose the Congregation you wish to visit Aberdeen Arran Ayr Bracadale Bragar (Shawbost) Cross (Ness) Duirinish (Waternish) Dumfries Duthil - Dores Edinburgh Glasgow (Partick) Glasgow (Shettleston) Glasgow (Thornwood) Harris (Leverburgh) Harris (Scalpay) Inverness Kiltearn (Evanton) Kilwinning North Uist Portree Rothesay Snizort Stornoway Strath (Broadford) Tarbat (Portmahomack)
1st March Biblical Justice March Profile Rev John Brown Excerpt
22nd March A Few Moments Images of Re-constitution
The Free Church of Scotland (Continuing welcomes you to its website. The aim of this site is to bring you the Christian message and to provide you with information relating to our church and what she stands for.
Please enjoy your visit and if you require any information regarding the site or our denomination please contact the webmaster
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The Witness is edited by Rev William Macleod , minister of Portree Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) in Skye.

8. United Free Church Of Scotland Web Site
Official site. General assembly reports, links to congregations, church history, press releases and statement of faith.
United Free Church of Scotland General Assembly Reports Congregations on line Church Directory History ... Email
The United Free Church of Scotland is Presbyterian and Evangelical. The United Free Church of Scotland came into being in 1900 with the union of the Free Church of Scotland and the United Presbyterian Church. Both of these arose from the problems caused by state interference in the life of the Church and the issue of patronage in particular. As presently constituted it dates from 1929 when a minority of the Church refused to enter a union with the Church of Scotland on the grounds that it opposed the state recognition of any one particular denomination. For further information please click on the links at the top or contact: Rev John O Fulton
General Secretary
United Free Church of Scotland
11 Newton Pl.
Glasgow G3 7PR
Tel: 0141 332 3435 Fax: 0141 333 1973

9. The Free Presbyterian Church Of Scotland
The Free Presbyterian church of scotland took up a separate position in 1893 to preserve the church of scotland of the Reformation, and to maintain Reformed doctrine, worship and practice.
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10. The Church Of Scotland - Parish Of Ceres And Springfield, Fife
church of scotland. Just a few miles from St. Andrews Golf Course in Fife. Offers particulars of the services, location, social activities and community links.
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Ceres and Springfield Parish Church, Fife
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Welcome to our website! Jesus said 'I have come that you may have life - life in all its fullness.' (John 10:10) Welcome to the Parish of Ceres and Springfield, situated in a beautiful, rural part of the east of Scotland. Our parish is in north east Fife, a few miles from the county town Cupar and the town of St Andrews - the world-famous home of golf and seat of Scotland's oldest University, founded in 1411. This is an excellent area for holidays (the Scottish Tourist Board would be delighted to hear from you!) Our parish includes the villages of Ceres, Springfield, Pitscottie, Craigrothie and Chance Inn, with churches at Ceres and Springfield. To the south, the City of Edinburgh is only 1 hour away by road or train and the City of Dundee is less than 25 minutes away to the north. Local bus services are provided by Stagecoach (Fife Scottish Omnibuses), for times tel. 01334-474238, and the nearest railway stations are at Cupar and Springfield. Ceres is one of the most attractive and historic villages in Scotland, notable for its statue of the Provost, the Fife Folk Museum, the Hill of Tarvit Mansion House, Archbishop Sharp's Bridge and for having the shortest High Street in Scotland. Ceres Church was built in 1806, replacing an older church on the site. It is a grade B listed building and largely unchanged since first built. One of its most unusual features are the long Communion tables running the full length of the church. The church building is open for services, on "Doors Open Day" every September (see local publicity) and also on request. The history of Ceres can be traced back almost 1100 years; a church was established by Celtic Christian "Culdee" monks from nearby St Andrews. Ceres also has its own primary school, shops, Post Office and newsagent - the village lies on the B939 road, approximately 7 miles west of St Andrews.

11. The Fucella's
Mission partners of the church of scotland working in Northeast Thailand. Contains news of local church developments.
Greetings from The Thai-Burma border
As you can read in the latest Fishwrapper we have been settling in to the new and challenging work with the Karen Christians of the 16th Presbytery of the Church of Christ in Thailand. We are finding the Karen to be wonderful neighbors and hosts. Despite all the challenges the people face they are warm and outgoing. Always seeing the positive and always hoping for the best. The Karen people and the Church which is called to serve them are under constant political and cultural pressure. Have a look at some of the linked websites to the left to findout some of the horrific details of the oppression faced by the Karen living in Burma. Recent evictions of this indigeneous people from forest homelands and the fact that many are seen as 2nd or 3rd rate citizens (eg. given only hilltribe status and restricted as to rights of movement) highlights the difficult situation they face in Thailand as well. Klity, where one of the Presbytery's new believers' groups is located has suffered from the exploitative practice of a lead mine.

12. SRT Project First Page
A ministry of the church of scotland, examining issues of technology and their relationship to the church by providing fair information about how technology affects lives and raises issues for people.
Welcome to the SRT Project Website
Our home page address is If you are not redirected in a few seconds,
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Go to European Christian Environment Network website, also on this server

13. Scottish Confession Of Faith (1560)
Text of creed written by John Knox, et al, for the church of scotland
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The Scottish Confession of Faith
The electronic version of this document has been provided as a convenience for our readers. No part of this publication may be transmitted or distributed in any form, or by any means (electronic, mechanical photocopying, or otherwise) without prior permission of the publisher. Inquiries may be directed to: Presbyterian Heritage Publications, P.O. Box 180922, Dallas, Texas 75218, U.S.A. For details about our other publications, please write to us.
Table of Contents
Publisher's Introduction Preface Chapter 1
Of God
The Gifts Freely Given to the Kirk
Publisher's Introduction
In 1559, John Knox returned to his homeland, marking a new effort in the battle to reform Scotland. Throughout the nation, Protestants joined together in a solemn covenant, pledging their lives and fortunes for the cause of Christ. The Queen Regent, Mary of Guise, was a hardened Papist, and she opposed all endeavours to reform Scotland. The Queen Regent died in 1560, and the Scottish Parliament convened in Edinburgh in August, to address many issues confronting the restless nation. In the History of the Reformation in Scotland , Knox gives a record of the drama which unfolded. A supplication was laid before the Parliament by the Protestant nobility, decrying the corruptions of Roman Catholicism, and seeking the abolition of Popery. The petition of the Protestants exclaimed, "We offer ourselves to prove, that in all the [rabble of the clergy] there is not one lawful minister, if God's word, the practice of the apostles, and their own ancient laws shall judge of lawful election. We further offer ourselves to prove them all thieves and murderers: yea, rebels and traitors to the lawful authority of empires, kings, and princes; and therefore unworthy to be suffered in any reformed commonwealth."[1]

14. Church Of The Holy Rude
church of scotland

15. Smithton/Culloden Free Church Of Scotland
Information on the church and the area community.
Navigation Index Page Adult Sunday School Christianity Explained About the Church History Church Staff Weekly Bulletins Newsletter Special Events Message Board Feedback Form Development Plan Search Online Sermons Links Page
Smithton-Culloden Free Church of Scotland
Murray Road
United Kingdom
Tel. +44 (0) 1463 793191
Click Here for a map to help you find us Service Times Sunday services 9.30am, 11.00am and 6.30pm and the meeting for Prayer and
Bible Study on Wednesday at 7.30 pm, please come along.
Anniversary Services 8th and 9th March
Preacher: Dr Andy Christofides, St Mellons Baptist Church, Cardiff Web Site Design and Hosting by Scotshost in association with HCVF

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Photos, descriptions and contact information for guest houses in Jerusalem and Tiberias.

17. ( National Youth Assembly 2002 )( Welcome )( Welcome )
The virtual home of Youth Assembly. Photographs and information about past events, and news of this year's Youth Assembly '139@g12'
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Welcome to the National Youth Assembly 2002 website. The aim of the site is to provide you with the information that YOU need to get the most out of and put the most in to 139 @ g12.
Update: The minutes have now been added and can be accessed from the 'minutes' section
The site is broken into various sections to cover all that is happening in the weekend.
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18. Scottish History Of The Church In Scotland
General intoduction, covering the church of scotland, the secession, the discuption, the various unions and current state of the church.
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A Brief History of the Church in Scotland
by Douglas Ansdell Four ecclesiastical traditions are largely responsible for shaping the history of the Christian church in Scotland. They are those of the Roman Catholic, Episcopal, Presbyterian and Independent churches. The Roman Catholic can claim the most enduring association with Scottish history, but its dominant position was undermined by the Reformation in Scotland in 1560. Although the Presbyterian Church of Scotland can locate its origins in the events of 1560, it was 1689 before the Church in Scotland emerged clearly in its Presbyterian and Episcopal forms. At this point the Presbyterian Church of Scotland was established by law, and in the years that followed the Episcopal Church had to contend with restrictive legislation and consequently lost considerable support. The Church of Scotland's supremacy was somewhat frustrated by the persistence of the Roman Catholic and Episcopal churches in Scotland and further undermined by two secessions from the Church of Scotland in the eighteenth-century.

19. The Fraser'S Page
Background information and newsletters of Free church of scotland Continuing Missionaries in Zambia, David and Marion Fraser.

20. Markinch Parish Church
Part of the church of scotland; based in the town of Markinch. Includes parish history, services, events, photographs, membership and contact details
Markinch Parish Church Welcome to the website of Markinch Parish Church.
Our Church is situated in the heart of Fife, Scotland and is a Church of Scotland Parish
within the Presbytery of Kirkcaldy.
Our doors are open to everyone and regardless of where you are on your spiritual journey,
we will offer you a warm welcome.
We have a new minister.
After a 10 month vacancy following the retiral of Rev Ian D. Gordon, everyone is delighted that we now have a new minister.
The vacancy committee worked hard and were unanimous in their selection of a sole nominee.
The Rev. Alex Forsyth, pictured on the left, preached to the congregation in June and was selected unanimously in the vote which followed. The Induction Service took place on 8th August 2002 in a very full Church. We are now very pleased to say that our Church can be seen from miles around.
Every evening the Chuch is beautifully lit up by the nine floodlights which we have installed. A new publication - ‘The Church In Markinch’ We are pleased to say that there is now a book available which details the history of our Church. This 185 page book is available now, in both paperback and hardback form and would be an excellent addition to anyone’s collection The book was written by our last Session Clerk, Ian Gourlay and his cousin, Ken Wilkie.

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