On Monday April 19th, Stirling Free Church will go to court in a hugely important case. There are implications for Bible-believing churches across the UK. With the help of The Christian Institute, it is bringing a legal action for religious discrimination against multimillion pound organisation, The Robertson Trust. The case will be heard over three days. The Trust’s former CEO Kenneth Ferguson was sacked when the chairwoman, Shonaig Macpherson, heard that Stirling Free Church was renting Trust premises for its Sunday services. The church had its contract terminated and was ordered to leave, with the Trust claiming it had a policy of not renting for activities promoting religion. A senior member of staff later admitted that, at the time, no such policy existed. Witnesses reported that Macpherson objected to the church’s use of the premises, because “they don’t believe in same-sex marriage”.