Grange Press is the publishing imprint of the Presbytery of the United States, Free Church of Scotland (Continuing).

During the first and second Reformations, God brought about a vast recovery of biblical truth. Not only did Scotland share in this spiritual vitality, it attained the most extensive return to Scripture in doctrine, worship, government and personal piety of anywhere else in Europe. In 1843 the Free Church of Scotland carried forward that same devout testimony.

We believe that these biblical attainments must be recovered, owned and asserted in the present generation. To that end, we purpose to provide reading material, both old and new, that will direct souls into the riches of the Bible and lead them to savor Christ and contend for his claims.

Grange Press is the publishing imprint of the Presbytery of the United States, Free Church of Scotland (Continuing). Our Presbytery also produces a quarterly magazine, The Master’s Trumpet.  The name, Grange Press, is taken from the burial ground where many of the Free Church of Scotland Disruption fathers have been laid to rest, located south of Edinburgh’s city center.

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March 25, 2020

Responding to the Present Alarm

The alarm is blaring. Men hit snooze, some cover their ears, others panic, aimlessly running around with anxiety. The alarm continues. The global advent of COVID-19 has arrested the attention of our world. Even those who consider this to be nothing more than fearmongering are unable to ignore this news. It is beyond my calling to comment on the medical side of current illness and its progress. Certainly, I encourage all to observe prudence, love of others, and honor of those in authority—civil, medical, and ecclesiastical. It becomes us to give honor to those above us. But I would like […]
March 4, 2020

Bringing Others to Jesus

In Mark 1:16–20, Jesus approached Peter, Andrew, James and John, and called them from their profession as fishermen to a new task of being “fishers of men.” Jesus would send them to draw people out of the darkness of sin and Satan by throwing out the net of the Gospel to catch men. This should be fundamental to our view of the ministerial calling. God makes ministers “fishers of men.” To change the analogy, they are ambassadors of Christ the King, and in his name they beseech men to be reconciled to God. Christians in general too are to be […]
February 19, 2020

What Do the Sacraments Do?

The word sacrament is a term used to describe the ordinances of baptism and the Lord’s Supper, which the Lord Jesus Christ appointed to be observed in the New Testament church. The word itself was used in first century culture to describe a Roman military oath of allegiance, and as such, it expresses one idea behind these ordinances, which is that Christ binds himself to us, and we bind ourselves to him in them. Sacraments in the Bible are more than this, however, and there have been many disagreements in history over what they do and how they do it. […]