Technological innovation at this year's General Assembly has made it the most digitally engaged annual gathering of the Kirk in history.
News and press releases
An elder in Ayr has made a rousing call for the Church to value and nourish its ministers throughout the country.
A new style of Kirk minister is to be created charged with reconnecting large parts of Scotland with Christianity.
The Church of Scotland has voted in favour of allowing people in same sex civil partnerships to be called as ministers and deacons.
The chairman of the Church of Scotland's Commission on the Purposes of Economic Activity comments on the new Churches' Mutual Credit Union.
Key figures from the financial industry in Scotland today welcomed the arrival of a new Church-led player on the affordable credit landscape.
The Church of Scotland is among four major UK Churches who have signed an open letter to the re-appointed Prime Minister, David Cameron, urging him to hold 'truth, justice, peace and wellbeing' at the heart ...
A new ebook combining both reports and supplementary reports for the General Assembly is available for download.
The success of a pioneering CrossReach dementia arts project operating across Scotland has been recognised with a major funding boost of £230,000.
The Presbytery Clerk of Lewis has responded to today's sentencing of a pensioner who caused the death of Rev Thomas Sinclair in Edinburgh during last year's General Assembly.