Charles Kennedy:His down-to-earth humanity ensured that he was held in affection by people of all political persuasions, and none.
Rt Rev Dr Angus Morrison brings away grace, friendliness, passion and a spirit of hope for the future.
From art clubs to drop-in centres, churches are taking the lead in efforts to support people with dementia and their carers.
A BBC Scotland broadcast showcases three new ministers and the Tomorrow's Calling campaign.
The CrossReach annual Service of Celebration recognises staff members for long service and for achieving qualifications as well as honouring exceptional employees and volunteers.
Six different churches are collaborating to bring six fun-packed days of activities for all ages to Edinburgh this summer.
Ministers are getting creative with technology and social media to offer new ways to find out about the Church.
CrossReach, the Church's Social Care Council, is calling on congregations to take part in a survey on its new Social Care Forum website to get a true picture of the care the Church provides across Scotland.
Rev Mary Whittaker calls for more deaf ministers who can sign to deaf congregations in their own language
The General Assembly has taken the first step to extend the provision covering ministers in same sex civil partnerships to those in same sex marriages.
The Church of Scotland will take steps to provide more financial support for trainee ministers. The General Assembly voted in favour of the plan as part of a discussion of the Ministries Council report.
Ministries council team overjoyed at reception for new video promoting parish ministry
The General Assembly today welcomes the announcement of a moratorium on fracking
Church and Society Council convener Rev Sally Foster-Fulton calls for urgent reforms to reduce poverty and inequality.
A minister from Aleppo in Syria has made an impassioned plea for the world to focus on the war raging in his country and on the persecution of Christians
Princes Street Gardens buzzed on Sunday afternoon with the atmosphere of the Church of Scotland's popular Heart and Soul event, now in its fifth year.
Outgoing Moderator Very Rev John Chalmers has used his final address to urge Church members to unite and work together in harmony to fulfil the mission of the Church.
The Church of Scotland's General Assembly begins tomorrow with the installation of the Moderator Rev Dr Angus Morrison, who was forced to withdraw last year after being diagnosed with prostate cancer. Now fully recovered, one of the Moderator's first tasks will be to chair an historic vote on the ordination of ministers in same sex civil partnerships.
A new publication featuring some of the successes and good work of the Church and its members is coming to parishes around Scotland.
A stream of generous donations will support relief work in Nepal