Founded in 1990 by a group of Reformed Christians concerned for the defence of the Historic Reformed Faith in the British Isles
Aims & Objectives
- To promote knowledge of the Reformed Faith as is defined in the Doctrinal Basis through the publication of a bi-annual journal (British Reformed Journal) and by organising a biennial national family conference and other conferences and lectures as opportunities arise, through media, internet and any lawful means.
- To facilitate the networking of Reformed Christians scattered throughout the British Isles and to enable opportunities for supporting and communicating with one another.
- To promote Reformed causes such as Christian education, Christian benevolence, biblical ecumenism and fellowship throughout the British Isles.
- To provide a source of advice, information and support to Reformed Christians who are living and working in isolation. To provide practical answers to difficult questions arising among Reformed Christians isolated from fellowship.