James R Hamilton was a member of Bethel Evangelical Free Church, in Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire. He was recognised and separated for the work of the gospel by the Church at Bethel in 1987. James is both an Evangelical and Protestant Christian, Presbyterian by persuasion. He spent eight years as a home missionary working with an evangelical missionary Society. He has ministered in Churches in Carlisle and Warrington and until recently was ministering to people in the Staffordshire Moorlands district from a church in Fole Village. He is now a peripatetic preacher and a member of the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing).
He also ministers in other congregations throughout the country and abroad. He has written some evangelistic literature. Jim seeks to lift up the banner Christ's love for the lost, to work, to worship and fellowship together with other Christians, dedicated to the un-compromised proclamation of the good news of God's grace and love. Seeking to strengthen and encourage others in doing the same in fellowship and support of gospel ministry, as much as he is able to do.
Also, his travels
Jim has also ministered abroad on occasions. He has worked with the church in the city of Tirrana in Albania, Ternopil in Ukraine, in Madison in Wisconsin & Woodstock in Illinois in the USA. In both the north and south of Ireland, namely Belfast and Dublin, not to mention his native Scotland.
Primary Speaker: James R HamiltonRev James R. Hamilton, alias 'The Street Preacher' is an ordained minister, Reformed, Protestant and Presbyterian by persuasion. James is the Minister of Fole Reformed Presbyterian Chapel, in Staffordshire, England. Alongside the Chapel work he works... | more..
Go ye therefore into the highways (Matthew 22:9) Report on Rev Hamilton's Preaching Trip - Monday With the constant decline in the churches throughout our land, there is a great need for gospel preaching, not only in the churches, but at street le..