Leading figures in the Church of Scotland are urging the Westminster parliament to be recalled so MPs can debate potential action in response to the crisis in Iraq.
The big question Scots are facing, yes or no to an independent Scotland, is the cover story in the September edition of the Church of Scotland's independent magazine Life and Work, out now.
The next generation of the Church of Scotland gather tomorrow (August 15) in Stirlingshire for the 20th National Youth Assembly.
The Church of Scotland's commitment to social justice is being showcased at one of Edinburgh's most exciting and diverse festivals.
September's edition of Life and Work
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Right Reverend John Chalmers has urged the Acting High Commissioner of Pakistan to set up an independent, powerful and autonomous commission to protect minority religious groups.
The Moderator of the General Assembly, the Rt Rev John Chalmers has attended a Drumhead Service at Edinburgh Castle where soldiers, sailors and airmen led the country in a day of commemoration of the start of the First World War, 100 years ago this month.
The Church of Scotland is to hold an innovative referendum debate involving key figures from both sides of the campaign in a follow up to its successful demonstration of respectful dialogue at this year's General Assembly.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Right Reverend John Chalmers, will join more than 8,000 people from all parts of Scotland on Sunday to commemorate the outbreak of World War One with a drumhead service at Edinburgh Castle (10 August).
Following the commemorations of one hundred years since the outbreak of a ‘war to end all wars’, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland is urging recognition of the fact the world is not at peace and far too many people today are seeking to survive bombs, bullets, tear gas, and terror from conflict and war
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has urged world leaders to find new ways to broker peace as the commemoration of 100 years since the outbreak of WW1 was marked at Glasgow Cathedral.
The global spotlight will be on Glasgow Cathedral on Monday as it becomes the focal point for the UK and Commonwealth's activities to mark the centenary of the start of World War I.
The Commonwealth Games homestay programme which matched Glasgow householders with athlete families and Games volunteers needing accommodation has been so popular a similar system is being created for September's Ryder Cup in Perthshire
The wealth of community work carried out by the Church of Scotland's local congregations on behalf of their communities has shone through during a Go For It visit to Glasgow.
While the Commonwealth Games showcases the best of Glasgow to the world, the Moderator of the General Assembly is to see first hand the support the Church is providing to the city’s most vulnerable groups.
Representatives of Scotland’s religious communities have come together to consider the role they wish to play in Scottish society.
The CrossReach baton has completed its 3500 mile journey around Scotland on the eve of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
A prominent member of the Ugandan Anglican Church and tireless equality campaigner for those living with HIV and Aids is visiting the Church of Scotland Offices on Monday.
On the 4th August 2014 the nation will commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of what became known as “The Great War”.
The Church of Scotland’s efforts in helping alleviate loneliness across society were highlighted on the UK’s most popular radio station yesterday as the Moderator of the General Assembly made a guest appearance on Radio Two’s Good Morning Sunday.