The Kirk has welcomed the news that 1,000 Syrian refugees have now been given safe haven in Scotland.
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A fresh approach to dementia has earned an Aberdeen theologian a prestigious literary award which comes with a £10,000 prize.
Christians across the world are preparing to celebrate Creation Time, the period from 1 September to 4 October dedicated to worshipping our Creator and protecting all of Creation.
Kirk ministers took the unusual step of promoting the wider benefits of getting married in church at a wedding fair in Fife yesterday.
A minister has been appointed to lead two Church of Scotland congregations in the Outer Hebrides that have been vacant for eight and five years.
Rt Rev Dr Russell Barr has sent his condolences to the Italian Consulate General in Scotland in the wake of the devastating earthquake in Italy.
A Highland minister who allowed her manse to be turned into a makeshift medical centre after the local GP surgery burned down is returning to her home country of Germany.
A strong demand for the latest ‘Learn’ publication and an extra ‘Faith in Community’ conference this autumn are evidence of the need for church resources to help people develop their faith. ...
The Courier published this fantastic story to mark the 10th anniversary of the Havilah Project in Arbroath which helps people struggling with addictions. Written by Courier reporter Michael Alexander the story's original headline was: Arbroath ...
The staggering extent of bomb damage caused to properties owned by the Church of Scotland during the Second World War has been revealed in a unique ledger.