4 April, 2017
How is digital surveilance impacting upon issues of social justice and how can our thinking take us beyond narrower questions around privacy?
Join us for the panel discussion to explore these issues.
20 April, 2017
The Church continues to navigate its role and mission in an increasingly diverse Scotland and a changing world. This conference invites Church of Scotland leaders and members to discuss together the need for an honest approach to interfaith dialogue.
22 April, 2017
Imagine church for those who don't do church. Come and explore new ways of building Christian community.
27 April, 2017
This free event is aimed at Church of Scotland congregations and voluntary sector projects, not currently in receipt of Go For It funding.
9 May, 2017
This free event, organised by Go For It and delivered by the Transformation Team, is open to new and experienced projects, potential applicants Go For It applicants and Go For It Grant recipients.
5 June, 2017
Building upon our Summer Schools of 2015 and 2016 the focus of our 2017 School will be on discipleship. In the fresh contexts in which God has placed us or into which He is calling us, What does it mean to follow Jesus in a whole-life, life-long way?
17 June, 2017
This Conference offers an inspirational keynote speech on the Call to Serve Today, practical information and the opportunity to ask important questions about how God might be calling you.
24 June, 2017
A new Learn Conference to enthuse and inspire local congregations with a vision of Pastoral Care. Exploring Pastoral Care from biblical, missional and practical perspectives, the conference will provide hands-on ideas for the first steps towards realising a vision of Pastoral Care, including the creation of local Pastoral Care teams. Come and join us for a day of exploration and discovery.
12 July, 2017
The broad theme of the conference is to explore the centrality of nonviolence to Christianity. Recent Roman Catholic thinking at the Vatican conference in April 2016, and in the 2016 Papal message for the International Day of Peace show signs of a move away from the just war paradigm
21 July, 2017
The National Youth Assembly is an annual residential event for young adults aged between 17 and 25 that have some connection with the Church of Scotland. Attracting folk from all over Scotland with different backgrounds it’s a chance to get together, worship together, learn together, discuss together and party together.