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Improving how congregations nurture those with learning disabilities was the focus of a Church of Scotland conference in Dundee last weekend. Read why the Moderator described it as one of the highlights of his moderatorial ...
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The Church of Scotland has joined other churches throughout the country to welcome today's amendments to the Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Bill which would make it an offence to pay for sexual services. ...
A joint meeting took place this week of the Church of Scotland's Violence Against Women Task Group, and the Action of Churches Together in Scotland's Anti Human Trafficking Group.
The Church of Scotland will add its voice to a protest outside Dungavel Removal Centre tomorrow calling for access to visit detainees and an end to detention in the immigration system.
The Moderator of the General Assembly today encouraged churches to support the second annual week of prayer for the work of the Society, Religion and Technology (SRT) project.
The Church of Scotland hopes the Scottish parliament will now act to improve end of life care after rejecting proposed legislation on assisted dying.
Scotland's national church has restated its firm opposition to the existence of nuclear missiles – a position which it has held for over 30 years – ahead of Thursday's Westminster debate on the safety of ...
The Church of Scotland has written to MSPs urging them to do more to improve palliative care for those approaching the end of their life rather than passing 'assisted dying' legislation.