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All articles by William Horsburgh

William Horsburgh was trained at the Bible Training Institute in Glasgow, and from there was called to Ryedale to become their first full-time pastor.

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September 2016
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Event – Ryedale anniversary

Ryedale Evangelical Church met with friends from Ripon, Northallerton, Darlington, Whitby, Scarborough and Hull in Middleton Chapel, Pickering, on Saturday 16 July. They joined to give thanks for God’s faithfulness in providing for and upholding its minister William Horsburgh and the Ryedale church over the last 30 years. The church was formed in 1984,…

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March 2016
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Event – Thanksgiving at Ryedale, North Yorkshire

On Saturday 2 January, about 80 people joined with Ryedale Evangelical Church (REC) to praise God for his amazing kindness in providing Middleton Chapel as a place of worship. REC was formed in 1984 as a plant from Whitby and York Evangelical Churches, meeting initially in Kirkby Moorside and then for the past 18…

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May 2014
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‘Caring for all’

On the weekend of 7-8 March, the North of England Conference for church officers was held with the theme ‘Caring for all God’s church’. Although keynote speaker Richard Underwood was unwell, the organisers managed to find capable substitutes, who served the conference well. Mike Plant, general secretary of the Evangelical Fellowship of Congregational Churches…

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Flash floods – the story of Thomas Langton – Roger Fay and William Horsburgh

Historical

August 2006
Articles > Historical

Flash floods – the story of Thomas Langton – Roger Fay and William Horsburgh

Just over a yearago, the hamlets of Kepwick, Thimbleby and Hawnby in the Hambleton hills near Thirsk were hit by flash floods. It was only ten months after a dramatic flash flood devastated the Cornish village of Boscastle. The Yorkshire floods made headline news, but were soon forgotten - there had been considerably less…

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The cutting edge-An occasional series on doctrincal issues today

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June 2003
Articles > Biblical/theological

The cutting edge-An occasional series on doctrincal issues today

Is the small but growing movement of 'Zensism' - named by some after its principal advocate Jon Zens - just another strand of Brethrenism, or is it something different and misleading? This article explores this question.Jon ZensJon Zens became editor of Baptist Reformation Review in 1978. The magazine's name was changed to Searching Together…

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