The United Reformed Church in the Isle of Man came about following the Act of Union of the Presbyterian Church of England with the Congregational Church of England that occurred in 1972. The Isle of Man Act was enacted in 1977, with the union with the Assemblies of God being given Royal Assent in the Isle of Man in 1982.
The Churches are both governed by their own Trust Deeds, and have local Trustees. Each Church has its own Eldership, and a Management Committee to ensure that the Churches are managed and maintained for the benefit of the Church and its' congregation.
Details of the History of each Church, its roots, and the associations of the church can be found in the "History" sections for each church.