A Church of Scotland minister has welcomed proposals to make the country the first in the world to provide universal free access to sanitary products.
A Scot who died in Auschwitz is to be officially honoured in her adopted city 73 years after her death.
The Church of Scotland has issued a fresh call for collective action to end the “scandal of homelessness”.
The Iona Community has raised £18,345 for a tree planting and education project on Mull, more than double its original funding goal.
The Grassmarket Community Project has been nominated for Social Enterprise of the Year, achieving the astonishing feat of making the shortlist for the second year running.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed the Scottish Government’s announcement of a 10-point plan to tackle funeral poverty.
The value of Parish Nursing was highlighted at an annual agricultural show at the weekend when more than 80 people had their blood pressure checked.
A 151-year-old Bible has been returned to the Scots descendants of its original owner from nearly 3,500 miles away in the USA.
Scotland’s newest road bridge will be blessed by the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
This autumn The Church of Scotland General Trustees will be holding a series of free seminars designed to support fabric conveners and other church members with responsibilities for building maintenance.