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Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales

The Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales (EPCEW) is a reformed and conservative evangelical denomination in both England and Wales and Sweden.


  • History 1
  • International organisations 2
  • Congregations 3
    • England 3.1
    • Wales 3.2
    • Sweden 3.3
  • Publications 4
  • References 5


In 1986, a presbyterian conference was held in a Free Church of Scotland chapel in London, where a vision of a new Presbyterian denomination in England was proposed, which was to be faithful to Scripture and adhere to the Westminster Confession. As a consequence, the Presbyterian Association in England was formed in 1987[1] from several small Christian groups and existing congregations with efforts at church planting following. In 1991, an interim Presbytery was formed with congregations in Blackburn, Cambridge, Chelmsford, Durham and Hull to work towards the establishment of the new denomination. This came to fruition in 1996,[1] taking the name, Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales.[2] In 2000, two congregations in Cardiff, Immanuel and Bethel, were accepted into communion.[3][4]

International organisations

Along with the Free Church of Scotland and the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing), the denomination is one of the three members of the International Conference of Reformed Churches from Great Britain,[5] and one of seven European Christian denominations who founded the European Conference of Reformed Churches.[6]


As of 2015, the denomination has seventeen congregations at:[7]





The denomination publishes The Presbyterian Network in Spring and Autumn with theological and pastoral articles and news from its congregations.[24]


  1. ^ a b Bauswein, Jean-Jacques; Vischer, Lukas (1999). The Reformed Family Worldwide: A Survey of Reformed Churches, Theological Schools, and International Organizations. W.B. Eerdmans. p. 512.  
  2. ^ Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales - About
  3. ^ Christian Quoter - Presbyterianism in England Today (Part 3)
  4. ^ The Heidelblog - There Are Presbyterians in England and They’re Having a Conference
  5. ^ International Conference of Reformed Churches - Churches in Membership
  6. ^ European Conference of Reformed Churches - Member Churches
  7. ^ "EPCEW Congregations". Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales Website. Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales. Retrieved 27 April 2015. 
  8. ^
  9. ^ Bury St Edmunds Presbyterian Church
  10. ^ Cambridge Presbyterian Church
  11. ^ CPC Hall Street
  12. ^ Naunton Lane Evangelical Presbyterian Church
  13. ^ Durham Presbyterian Church
  14. ^ Gateshead Presbyterian Church
  15. ^ "Hexham Presbyterian Church". Hexham Presbyterian Church Website. Hexham Presbyterian Church. Retrieved 27 April 2015. 
  16. ^ East Hull Presbyterian church
  17. ^ Sheffield Presbyterian Church
  18. ^ Solihull Presbyterian Church
  19. ^
  20. ^ Bethel Presbyterian Church, Cardiff
  21. ^ Immanuel Presbyterian Church
  22. ^ Immanuelskyrkan
  23. ^ Westminstergruppen
  24. ^ Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales - Resources
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