The Guild associate secretary Eilidh Marks says: "The Guild cares about climate change. Will you care with us?"
Rev Dr Laurence Whitley was recognised for his outstanding contribution to Glasgow as minister of Glasgow Cathedral.
Rev Trevor Jamison never thought a piece of recycled wood could be so inspiring.
Schoolboy bucks normal expectations and spends a week shadowing a Kirk minister for work experience
Rt Rev Angus Morrison: If we do not act together now, our children will have to say to us, 'You knew and you didn't do enough.'
Hannah Mary Goodlad, Moderator of the Church of Scotland National Youth Assembly, says climate change is the biggest threat facing our planet today.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has said it is "bewildering" and "hard to understand" why three cinema chains are refusing to screen an advert featuring the Lord's Prayer before ...
Church of Scotland members will be at the march to call for action at the Paris Climate Change Summit
A defiant campaigner has said taking the climate change message to world leaders in Paris is "more important than ever" following the terrorist attacks a week ago today. ...
A new online advent calendar will bring the spirit of Christmas to life with 24 specially created videos made by Church of Scotland ministers.
Every presbytery in Scotland is looking for a young adult to represent them at the Church of Scotland's annual gathering.
The Shed won the Gold Award and Castlemilk Parish Church took the Bronze in the Christian Forum Funders Awards held in London 12 November.
A Church of Scotland exchange showed a young Zambian woman that poverty exists even in rich countries.
A Church of Scotland minister is encouraging social media users around the world to embrace a specially designed dove of peace sign to illustrate their desire for an end to armed conflict. ...
The Big Sing is one of the highlights of Guild Week celebrated by congregations across the country from 15-22 Nov.
Volunteers who enrich the lives of older people who feel isolated in their own homes have been applauded for their efforts in the Scottish Parliament.
Rev Calum MacLeod led the service which was attended by Scotland's Deputy First Minister John Swinney and Consul General of France, Emmanuel Cocher.
'Turn away from evil and do good; strive for peace with all your heart' (Psalm 34:14, Good News Version)
Staff and volunteers who deliveran "extraordinary range of care and support services" on behalf of the Churchof Scotland have been hailed by the Moderator of the General Assembly.