Evangelical Presbyterian Church in England and Wales
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Arising out of the Presbyterian Association in England, the denomination was established as a presbytery in 1996.
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. The EPCEW is one of seven European Churches (all members of the ICRC) that founded the European Conference of Reformed Churches.
As of 2012, the Evangelical Presbyterian Church had fifteen congregations at:
- Blackburn and Ribchester
- Bury St Edmunds
- Cardiff "Bethel" www.bethelpcr.org.uk
- Cardiff "Immanuel" www.immanuelcaerau.org.uk
- Tranås in Sweden
The Swedish Church was welcomed as a member of the EPCEW in 2009.
The denomination publishes The Presbyterian Network in Spring and Autumn each year. This publication contains theological and pastoral articles and news of the congregations.
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