The Reformation Today Trust is a Christian charity based in the UK which aims to promote the historical biblical faith as expressed in the London Baptist Confession of 1689, and to support churches worldwide with its various ministries.
Reformed Baptists today are a worldwide, growing group of Christians united in local churches who aim to adhere to the biblical faith and the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. Their historical roots are found in the Reformation of the 16th-century and the Puritan movement of the 17th-century. They were initially known as Particular Baptists. Following the resurgence of the Reformed faith after the Second World War, these Baptists adopted the term Reformed Baptists to indicate their doctrinal and ecclesiastical position. An excellent expression of this position is found in the London Baptist Confession of Faith of 1689 which has been modernised and republished. The Reformation Today Trust was formed in 1970 under the leadership of pastor Erroll Hulse, the founding editor of Reformation Today.
Hugh Collier, pastor of Great Ellingham Reformed Baptist Church (chairman)
Frederick Hodgson, elder of Whitby Evangelical Church
Wendy Sheehan, member of Welwyn Evangelical Church
Oliver Allmand-Smith, pastor of Trinity Grace Church, Ramsbottom, Lancashire
Andrew King, pastor of Highbury Baptist Church, London
Stephen Dunning, pastor of the Village Temple Congregational Church, Flintshire
Robert Strivens, pastor of Old Baptist Chapel, Bradford-on-Avon