The Moderator of the General Assembly is today embarking on a visit to the Presbytery of Annandale and Eskdale in the south of Scotland.
Young people, spirituality and youth work will take centre stage in two events in early October featuring leading Presbyterian theologian and writer Professor Andy Root.
Alzheimer Scotland has estimated that around 90,000 people are currently living with dementia in Scotland – and that figure is set to double over the next 25 years.
A Scottish teacher who leads a unique multi-faith school in Israel has described it as a “bright light in a very difficult land”.
MSPs across the Scottish Parliament have backed a motion praising the Kirk’s work in supporting projects with young people across Scotland.
Three distance learning PhD students from Malawi have spent time experiencing life in Scotland’s third largest city.
A “lifeline” church in North Lanarkshire is being forced to close down due to local authority budget cuts.
‘Nuclear weapons are inherently evil’. This is the stated position of the Church of Scotland and many other churches around the world.
St Matthew’s Church in Perth will be hosting representatives from partner churches and organisations in Ghana, Pakistan, India, Croatia, Jamaica and Egypt later this month to share their experiences of interfaith engagement in their context. ...
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has pledged her support for a campaign to stop two asylum seeker brothers from being deported from Scotland.