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Church supports campaign against human trafficking

17 October, 2014

The Church of Scotland has joined with 21 different denominations, networks and faith-based groups across the UK to campaign for action to prevent the crime of human trafficking in our local and global communities. ...

New blog from minister in Holy Land

14 October, 2014

Rev Páraic Réamonn, who recently became the minister of St Andrew's Scots Memorial Church in Jerusalem, is to provide a regular blog on the Church of Scotland website. You will be able to read regular ...

Dundee church boosted following arrival of new minister

10 October, 2014

A Dundee church, which endured the departure of some of its congregation over same sex marriage and ordination of gay ministers, has been re-vitalised with the induction of its new minister on Wednesday. ...

Church continues to imagine Scotland’s future

9 October, 2014

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.

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Gaels Blow Away Dementia Perceptions To Win Award

29 September, 2014

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 ...

Penicuik North Kirk has joined a local credit union

Penicuik North Kirk joins local Credit Union

25 September, 2014

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 ...