Earlier this month young people from across the Church of Scotland met in Budapest to explore the beginning of the Reformation 500 years ago and exchange ideas about how the Kirk can reform today. ...
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Rev Dr Doug Gay finished his series of Chalmers Lectures at St Giles’ Cathedral last night with a call to reform the presbytery and central structures of the Church of Scotland.
A Church member raised nearly £10,500 to build a destitute family a home after selling homemade tablet.
Pakistani Christians on a twinning visit to Glasgow have praised the Church of Scotland for its “incredible” support amidst growing difficulties in the city of Hyderabad.
A former electricity board engineer and merchant seaman have been ordained as ministers on the Isle of Lewis.
A former Moderator has officially become the Church of Scotland’s first ever digital minister.
Rev Dr Doug Gay’s first in a series of lectures at St Giles’ Cathedral on the state of Scotland’s national church was watched by a global online audience. ...
The Kirk must widen its reach, deepen its commitment and become more flexible in its approach if it is to meet the needs of 21st Century Scotland, a major listening exercise has confirmed. ...
One of Scotland’s most renowned theologians will offer his hard hitting analysis on the Kirk’s future in a series of lectures beginning tomorrow night.
Statement from the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Right Rev Dr Russell Barr, on President Donald Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration.