All creatures great and small are invited with their owners to Greyfriars Kirk this weekend for a special blessing for animals. (Sunday 12 October)
The Church of Scotland is to continue promoting discussion, debate and respectful dialogue on Scotland's future following the high level of engagement in the referendum vote.
Christians from across the country have been inspired to enhance their expression of faith following a Church of Scotland organised event in the Highlands recently.
Twenty three projects are being assessed for a share of the Church of Scotland's £500 000 'Go For It' community fund.
Youngsters at a Gaelic speaking primary school and residents at a care home run by the Church of Scotland's Social Care provider, CrossReach, for elderly people living with dementia are breaking down language and generation ...
The Church of Scotland has outlined its position on military intervention to tackle the threat of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq.
Penicuik North Kirk has joined other denominations in the area to take a stand against debt and poverty by joining forces with a local credit union to bring fair and affordable savings, mortgages and loans ...
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Visitors to St Cuthbert's Parish Church in Edinburgh's West End have a rare opportunity to try their hand at bell ringing this weekend.
At CrossReach, we support people across Scotland who are dealing with the effects of dementia. Since opening Scotland's first specialist care home for people with dementia in 1983 – Williamwood House in Glasgow - we ...
The Go For It Fund's bi-annual Main and Continuation Grant application deadline is this Friday, September 26. Around £500,000 is available for projects to apply for grants averaging £15,000 per year. These will be projects ...
The Moderator of the General Assembly is calling for unity among the Scottish people following the record 84.6% turnout in the referendum vote.
Political figures from both sides of the Scottish independence debate gathered at St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh for a special church service to promote unity in the wake of the referendum.
The Church of Scotland's post referendum service of unity and common purpose at St Giles' Cathedral in Edinburgh on Sunday, 21 September at 11.30am is open to the public.
We are joining with Christians around the world to pray for peace in the Middle East on the 24th of each month.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland is calling for voters to take part in the referendum in a spirit of unity, whichever way they intend to vote.
The Presbyterian Church in Taiwan is observing how the Church of Scotland is promoting a message of harmony before and after the independence referendum.
A Church of Scotland minister is to become the first from the Kirk to be appointed as Chaplain General to Her Majesty's Land Forces since 1987.