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14 November, 2016
How to explain the seemingly inexplicable: having just returned from almost three weeks in the USA and Canada, people have been quizzing me on the election of Donald Trump as America’s 45th President.
12 November, 2016
A former Moderator of the General Assembly has been awarded one of the highest honours in the Roman Catholic Church for her work to build good relationships among churches in Scotland.
11 November, 2016
Church guarantees have failed to persuade the UK Borders Agency to grant visas to two Pakistani Christians who had hoped to visit Glasgow this year. Glasgow Presbytery is in the process of creating a twinning link with the Diocese of Hyderabad, but has found its efforts repeatedly frustrated by officialdom.
9 November, 2016
Moderator urges people to keep faith in God following US Presidential election result.
Rt Rev Dr Russell Barr has joined more than 250 international faith leaders to urge governments around the world to act urgently to fulfil the promises made in the Paris Agreement on climate change.
A Greenock minister has been burning the midnight oil preparing for Remembrance Sunday, not writing his sermon but restoring a WW1 war memorial.
8 November, 2016
The Church of Scotland has an "extremely important" role to play in society and will continue to do so for years to come, MSPs have been told.
Very Rev John Chalmers and David Bradwell, refugee co-ordinator for Scottish Faiths Action for Refugees, will join Scottish faith leaders at a meeting with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon this afternoon, Tuesday 8 November.
5 November, 2016
A stunning sea of red ceramic poppies has been “planted” in the grounds of a church to mark Armistice Day and Remembrance Day.
The new cap on benefits set to be introduced next week will lead to a ten-fold increase in the number of Scottish families having their benefits limited over the next 4 years. It is estimated more than 11,000 families across Scotland will have their benefits capped by 2020.