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The Union Jack


James R. Hamilton

is both an Evangelical and Protestant Minister, Presbyterian by persuasion, working in North Staffordshire in the UK. Preaching the gospel of God's grace and love in North Staffordshire, currently the minister of Fole Reformed Evangelical Chapel. He also travels more widely, preaching in some of the towns & cities throughout the country, including Ireland and Scotland. He also preaches in many congregations at home and abroad as by invitation. 

Calvin & the Law

    This is a thirty page booklet explaining the Reformer John Calvin's teaching on the subject of biblical Law. A needed antidote against the rising tide of so-called new covenant teaching abroad today. The Law for Calvin had a three fold purpose, pedagogical, political and very much a purpose for the believers life today and every generation.   

 'A Street Preacher Publication'



End-time Delusion!

Looking for signs? Look in your Bible!

Street Work Itinerary

Tuesday - Newcastle (Weekly)
Thursday - Hanley (Weekly)
Friday - Stafford (Weekly)

From blooming rose, to howling storm,
And gently dropping dew;
A voice of power that sings of Him,
To Whom all praise is due.

Both sun and moon, they rise and fall,
Vales, woods and meadows bloom;
Our Lord and God Who made them all,
To show His wondrous name.

Springs from the hills, run down below,
Fill valley, brook and stream;
All shout with joy, with praise o’erflow,
Revealing God’s great scheme.

Alas, the glory of our God,
In all its power is seen;
Rebellious man is reconciled,
In Jesus Christ, God’s Son.
(Tune: St. Andrew)
(© James R Hamilton, written 17th, April, 2014)

Salvation, Judgment, the Living & the Dead!

"The incarnation was but the scaffolding for the atonement. It is the cross that shows us the love of God at white heat. The earliest form of worship was the Lamb slain, behold Abel's altar! The latest form of worship is the Lamb slain who is now on the throne of the universe"
(A. Bonar)


The Book of Revelation

Sixty Two Sermons

Biblical Eschatology


The Lordship of Christ!

The weightiest end of the cross of Christ that is laid upon you, lieth upon your strong Saviour"

(S. Rutherford)

EMF, Serving Evangelical Churches in Europe





Monday, 28th, April, 2014, 7pm
(Fortnightly thereafter)



Fole Chapel

Bible Study: Wed 6.30pm - Sunday: 10.30

"We preach Christ crucified"
(1Corinthians 1:23)

Heidelberg Catechism


The Westminster Larger Catechism

Q. 46. What is required in the first commandment?
A. The first commandment requireth us to know and acknowledge God to be the only true God, and our God; and to worship and glorify him accordingly.

Q. 47. What is forbidden in the first commandment?
A. The first commandment forbiddeth the denying, or not worshiping and glorifying, the true God as God, and our God; and the giving of that worship and glory to any other, which is due to him alone.

Q. 48. What are we specially taught by these words before me in the first commandment?
A. These words before me in the first commandment teach us, that God, who seeth all things, taketh notice of, and is much displeased with, the sin of having any other God.

Q. 49. Which is the second commandment?
A. Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven above, or that is in the earth beneath, or that is in the water under the earth: Thou shalt not bow down thyself to them, nor serve them: for I the LORD thy God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth generation of them that hate me; And shewing mercy unto thousands of them that love me, and keep my commandments.

Q. 50. What is required in the second commandment?
A. The second commandment requireth the receiving, observing, and keeping pure and entire, all such religious worship and ordinances as God hath appointed in his Word.

Theology of Children


The Fallibility of Ministers

by J.C. Ryle                   

Great, even the best of ministers make mistakes, sometimes great mistakes. And sometimes mistaken ministers need to be told they are mistaken, it is more important to keep the truth in the church than the peace. Mr. Ryle also shows us here that there is no doctrine over which we should be so jealous as that of justification by faith alone, apart from works

  'A Street Preacher Publication'

Devotional Study

Mark's Gospel
(Revised Edition)

Daily food for your soul!

    You were given the Bible to teach us how to be reconciled to God and to live unto him. To become more Christ-like in our daily living. That we might find deep satisfaction and enjoyment in God, knowing his grace flowing towards us, encouraging, strengthening and giving us the victory by the power of his Holy Spirit. 

    As you use these devotional tools, written by James R Hamilton himself, you will begin to experience growth, and inner strength emanating from the word God. The strength is in the seed. God wants you to have that strength, to know his power and grace working in you, transforming your inner life, filled with joy unspeakable and full of glory

Books, Booklets and Tracts for sale. 

  'A Street Preacher Publication'

"Look up to him and love him! O, love and live"
(S. Rutherford)

"Everybody today is aware of the moral problem, and they are trying to deal with along various lines: acts of Parliament, prison reform, psychiatric treatment in prisons, and the other various expedients which are advocated. But they do not seem to very successful, do they? Why not? For the reason that you cannot have morality without godliness. The tragedy of the last hundred years has been due to the fallacy of imagining that you could shed Christian doctrine but hold on to Christian ethics. That has been the controlling notion. But it cannot be done. There is one verse in Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, chapter 1, verse 18, which should have put us right on this once and for ever: ‘For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against ungodliness and unrighteousness of men.’ You notice the order, ungodliness first, unrighteousness second. If you do have a godly people, you will never have a righteous people. You cannot have righteousness without godliness…Once you have godliness, righteousness and morality follow"
(Dr. M. Lloyd-Jones)

"The path to apostasy begins with concealing one's convictions, moves to toleration of blasphemy, results in dissimulation regarding the faith, and finally leads to open opposition to the truth"
(J. Calvin)