Rev. Kenneth Stewart
Kenneth Stewart is a minister in the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Scotland. From North Uist, in the Outer Hebrides, he drifted away from church in his teenage years but came to faith in Christ, through the witness of a scripture reader with the British army, at the age of 18.
Persuaded that God was calling him to preach the gospel, which he does in gifted fashion, he was ordained in 1991 and, since then, has pastored several congregations in Scotland and Canada and has been minister of the Glasgow Reformed Presbyterian Church since it was planted in 2011.
He is married to Anna – previously an industrial chemist and now supply teacher – who comes from the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. They have a family of five and two grandchildren.
“My admiration and affection for Kenneth Stewart, minister of the Glasgow Reformed Presbyterian Church, are far greater than the small amount of time I have known him personally. But in that time, which has included sitting under his preaching, walking the shores of Loch Lomond one lovely afternoon, and being educated by him in the finer points of “Stornoway Black Pudding”, I have enjoyed the ministry and fellowship of a gifted preacher, a humble pastor, and a genuine friend. My family and I are eagerly anticipating having Pastor Stewart at the Silver Lake Conference this year!
—Rev. Matthew Kingswood
Pastor, Russell RPC