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.
The Speak Out campaign wants 10,000 people to help set long-term priorities for the Church's work.
The Scottish Storytelling Centre has been nominated for Venue of the Year at the 13th MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards.
Simply by setting one extra place at our tables and donating the cost of the meal, we can all help feed a refugee family.
The Rev Lynn Brady, of Abdie and Dunbog Parish Church linked with Newburgh, and Sharon Dick from Leslie Baptist Church tell us about their work as hospital chaplains.
A group of Aberdeen ministers are taking to their bikes for the first leg of the Aberdeen to Malawi Bikeathon in an effort to raise money for rural congregationsin Blantyre Malawi.
The Moderator of the General Assembly and serving military chaplains have spoken of the importance of the uniting act of Remembrance which the Church will participate in over the coming days.
A distinguished Church of Scotland minister has been appointed one of the Queen's personal chaplains.
A Highland Church of Scotland ministerwho converted her manse into a temporary medical centre following a devastatingfire has said it was a "great privilege" to be able to help her community.
Church leaders applauded members of the Scottish Parliament for voting to end the Trident nuclear weapons programme, Tuesday 3 November.
The Moderator's visit to Dunfermline Presbytery concluded Sunday with a special Songs of Praise service in Dunfermline Abbey.
The Church of Scotland has urged MSPs to send out a strong message that renewing the UK's nuclear weapons system is "morally wrong".
Hundreds of people came to Cults Parish Church Thursday evening for a candlelight vigil to mourn the loss of Bailey Gwynne.