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posted: September 18, 2017

500th Anniversary of the Reformation

This year marks the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther beginning the Reformation in Europe. Why not come to Scotland to see how the Reformation affected Scotland? We can take you to visit the locations where many were martyred for their faith and where great events happened that would not only change the church here but […]

posted: October 13, 2015

Semester in Scotland Students Reformation Tour

Each Semester in Scotland student studies Scottish Church history as part of their course, a key part of this class includes a week long Reformation Tour with Scottish Reformation Tours. Our most recent tour was with four girls from Geneva College in the U.S.A. Here’s what one of them wrote about their time with us. “Last week was […]

Is a custom tour very expensive?

We provide a variety of tour options so that you can choose a tour to suit your budget. Here are a few options to consider: Day tours Open tours Build your own tour Group and school tours If you are at all in doubt, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We love to be of […]

Airdrie Reformation Tour Scotland 2013
posted: June 11, 2015

The tour was very moving

“It is very moving to hear of so many people risking their lives, and many losing their lives, just to be a Christian and worship God. This is something we take for granted as we are able to attend church and various church-related activities throughout the week without worrying someone will come in and take […]

GO team reformation tour scotland 2013
posted: June 11, 2015

“Puts our struggles into perspective”

“To hear about the Scottish Covenanters defending their faith to the point of death puts our struggles into perspective and helps us to realise the brevity of life.” – Eleanor McCollum, Northern Ireland (Tour date: April 2013)

hampton Reformation Tour scotland 2012
posted: June 11, 2015

“The Reformation became personal in my life”

“Eleven years ago in St. Andrews, I had one of those rare “aha” moments in life. The Reformation grew into something more than history in my life; it became personal. As Pastor Quigley explained the domination of St. Andrews Cathedral in the 1500’s, both in size over the city and power over the people, I […]

posted: June 6, 2015

Church Reformation Tour to St Andrews

Our church had a Reformation Tour of St Andrews today. Here’s what those joining us got to see: The Rev Richard Cameron’s house where he was brought up Various martyr sights in St. Andrews Kirk O Shotts, scene of the great revival in 1630; Richard Cameron’s house in Falkland; The martyr graves at Magus Muir […]

posted: May 30, 2015

The blessing of the Lord’s Day

The tremendous blessing of the Lord’s Day is almost upon us again folks. Give thanks to God for our freedom to worship freely, to never take that freedom for granted. Remember that it was bought at a price. I Corinthians 6.20 says, “You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honour […]

Semester in Scotland reformation tour 2013
posted: October 4, 2013

Stories that encourage me to stand strong in my faith

During the first week in October we had the opportunity to go on the Scottish Reformation and  Covenanting History tour. Every day we left Airdrie and went to different sites, starting in St. Andrews where the first events of the Scottish Reformation occurred and ending in the mountains near Moffat, where 5,000 Covenanters held a conventicle […]