Young people are gathering for an annual conference tomorrow to enjoy fellowship and discuss issues important to the Church of Scotland.
A landmark church in Clackmannanshire has been applauded for “nurturing tolerance, understanding and belonging” in the community it serves.
Six weeks into her new role as chaplain to the Moderator Anne Mulligan DCS says she is having a ball.
The minister of Paisley Abbey is relishing the prospect of the town becoming the UK City of Culture in 2021.
An award-winning teenage volunteer in Glasgow’s East End has urged more young people to take up the “life changing” past-time.
A thriving church in Fife has gone from meetings in a manse garage to packed-out services in a state-of-the-art kirk which has plans for an extension to meet demand.
An heroic pioneer for women’s rights within the Kirk has been honoured by the University of Edinburgh for helping pave the way to the ordination of female ministers.
The World Communion of Reformed Churches (WCRC), of which the Kirk is a part, has elected a new president from Lebanon.
A conference in Motherwell this September will celebrate the spirit of people with disabilities who have overcome barriers to become valued members of congregations across Scotland.