Rev Peter Nimmo's commentary explains why Old High Church must matter to people of all faiths and none who care about Inverness history and traditions.
A Church organist who has become an overnight Internet sensation after he played tribute to music icon David Bowie said he was "overwhelmed" by the experience.
A consultation to develop closer links with the Presbyterian Church in Egypt is being considered following the Moderator of the General Assembly's meeting with the Synod of the Nile in Cairo. Rt Rev Dr Angus Morrison is in Egypt on an official visit with the Church's World Mission Council as part of his Moderatorial year.
The convener of the Church of Scotland's Church and SocietyCouncil has been appointed the new head of Christian Aid Scotland.
Communities across Scotland are facing months of clean up once flooding subsides and the worst may not yet be over for everyone since flood warnings are still in place in parts of Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and the Borders.
Bishop of Chester the Right Rev Dr Peter Forster explains the background to a proposed new agreement between the Church of Scotland and the Church of England.
A project hosted by a Church of Scotland congregation in Glasgow which has brought together people of 15 different nationalities has been commended in the Scottish Parliament.
A Church ofScotland minister has paid tribute to one of his parishioners as a murder investigation gets underway in Fife into the circumstances surrounding her death.
With Scotland enduring record levels of rainfall, communities across the country are experiencing the devastating effects of flooding. Local churches are lending a helping hand to people in crisis, where the greatest impacts have been felt.
Several members of the Church of Scotland recognised in the Queen's New Year Honours List have given their reaction to the awards. All five were recognised for outstanding service to their community, both here in Scotland and beyond.
With hugely challenging moments, especially the sad passing of Associate Secretary Fiona Punton, 2015 was also a year of being BOLD and STRONG at the start of a new three-year strategy.
A wilfully set fire that destroyed an Islamic centre in Bishopbriggs last November has had the unintended effect of bringing the town's faith communities closer together.
The turning of the year is a time for reflecting on the relationships that make us who we are – our relationships with family, friends, colleagues, neighbours and, most importantly, with God.
The picture of three-year old Aylan Kurdi lying dead, face down on a Turkish beach was the defining image of 2015.
Mission and Discipleship council held its first Fresh Expressions summer school in June.
As World Mission Council reflects on 2015, for many of our partners it has been a difficult one.
If 2015 was the year when the Church at large woke up to the reality of the refugee catastrophe, I hope 2016 will be the year when we roll our sleeves up and act with refugees, for justice and peace.
The Church of Scotland's social care arm CrossReach has secured a grant for £258,000 to support vulnerable children
Online Advent calendar videos reflecting on the true meaning of Christmas have been viewed more than 60000 times.
The Church of Scotland and the Church of England have reached an historic agreement that recognises their longstanding ecumenical partnership and lays the groundwork for future joint projects.