24 May 2019 | Featured News
Alexander Linn was shot on the spot on Craigmoddie Fell, a remote part of Wigtownshire, in 1685 after being found with a pocket Bible. In…
New Members in Stornoway
At the midweek service on the evening of Thursday 2nd February 2012, five new members were received into Stornoway Reformed Presbyterian Church of Scotland after they had given their assent to the RPCS Terms of Membership. The new members include men and women and they are aged from twenty one years and above. They bring with them a variety of the gifts that the Holy Spirit has graciously bestowed upon them. We praise God for His goodness towards us as a congregation and seek much more fruit in this place (John 15:8).
Evangelistic Services in Stornoway
There was a good attendance at the first ever evangelical services held by the fledgling Reformed Presbyterian Church of Stornoway in the Coulegrein Mission House. People came from all over the island for the services conducted by the pastor, the Rev David Karoon. The hall was almost full on the Friday evening, there was an encouraging gathering for the Saturday evening, and more than usual for the Sunday services. We pray for the sufficiency of Christ for the work ahead and that the Lord would follow with his blessing on these special services, and that He would have the glory. We seek the prayers of the Lord’s people for our young congregation.