The Moderator of the National Youth Assembly of the Church of Scotland speaks candidly about how building interfaith relationships help to overcome fear, suspicion and bring people together to strive for peace.
Strangers have attended a funeral for an asylum seeker whose death has left her 10-year-old son an orphan and facing an uncertain future.
A former Moderator of the General Assembly has welcomed a new Scottish Parliament report on combating homelessness.
The Church of Scotland’s first female Minister of Word and Sacrament, the Rev Euphemia (Effie) Irvine, has died.
People in Aberdeen are being honoured for giving 1,059 years of service to the Church of Scotland.
A former Moderator of the General Assembly has congratulated pupils for highlighting the Srebrenica genocide as part of an event to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
We asked churches up and down the country to tell us how they marked the launch of the Church of Scotland's Year of Young People, and here's some of the responses.
A parish church has been recognised in the UK Parliament for its "outstanding" work running a weekly soup lunch for more than 100 people and raising money for major charities. ...
Right Rev Dr Derek Browning has spoken out about the increase in recorded hate incidents targeting Jewish people in the United Kingdom
A Church of Scotland minister has appealed for help to “bring home” the bodies of two men believed to be trapped in a fishing boat that sank in Loch Fyne, Argyll. ...