News and events

Church and Jewish Community in Scotland establish a 'concentrated dialogue'

2 August, 2016

The Jewish Community in Scotland and the Church of Scotland have agreed to establish a concentrated dialogue between members of the two communities.

Dr Iain Jamieson, Very Rev Albert Bogle and Graeme Duffin

Rev teams up with Wets guitarist and rocks out for charity

2 August, 2016

A former Kirk Moderator has teamed up with Wet Wet Wet guitarist Graeme Duffin to record an “upbeat and catchy” charity single to celebrate the success of a unique healthcare project in Africa.

Jamie Stuart at GA

Obituary: Jamie Stuart storyteller, evangelist and author of The Glasgow Bible

2 August, 2016

Jamie Stuart, storyteller, evangelist and one of Scotland's most successful and beloved Christian authors, has died at the age of 95.

Asylum seeker

Photo exhibit showcases challenges facing HIV positive refugees and asylum seekers

2 August, 2016

An exhibition on display at the Just Festival from 5-28 August offers a window into the lives of refugees and asylum seekers who are HIV positive.

Pauline Edmiston

Fears over commitment to tackle climate change

30 July, 2016

A leading Churchwoman has urged the UK Government “not to turn away” from a commitment to tackle climate change.

Nancy Loucks

Families Outside: Making it better for prisoners families

29 July, 2016

Life and Work's Jackie Macadam meets Nancy Loucks, church member and chief executive of a charity working with the families of prisoners.

Dylan Harper

Churches step up to feed kids and prevent "summer hunger"

29 July, 2016

Hundreds of under privileged pupils are being served lunch Monday to Friday by big-hearted Church of Scotland congregations in Ayrshire and the Lothians.

On the Road

Coming soon: Kirk roadshows on future of the Church

28 July, 2016

Kirk leaders will be visiting 15 different places across the length and breadth of Scotland to hear your thoughts on the future direction of the Church of Scotland.

Rev Dr Martin Scott

Church condemns "brutal senseless and tragic" murder of priest

27 July, 2016

A senior Church of Scotland official has described the murder of a 84-year-old French priest in his own church as "brutal, senseless and tragic".

New Learn publication explores the call to ministry

The Church of Scotland has published a new title in its groundbreaking Learn publication series. Learn: Tomorrow's Calling, explores the adventurous journey into ministry through stories of men and women called to serve God.