A controversial decision to refuse visas to two Pakistani Christians who want to visit Glasgow is to be examined by the Home Office.
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People are being encouraged to join the Moderator of the General Assembly on a “wonderful Advent journey”
Scotland's patron saint "transcends boundaries" and represents people who are more than "us", a former Moderator of the General Assembly has said.
A landmark agreement to enter into an historic ecumenical partnership has been signed by the Church of Scotland and the Church of England.
Rev Fiona Mathieson, minister at Carrick Knowe church in Edinburgh, is interviewed in the December issue of No1 Magazine, which calls itself 'Scotland's glamorous glossy for women'. Mrs Mathieson answered questions for the magazine's A ...
Very Rev John Chalmers, Principal Clerk to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Aberdeen. The Doctor of Divinity degree, awarded on Friday 25 ...
The Church of Scotland has appointed a new Pioneer Minister to work with the students and staff at the University of Stirling.
For children, a stay in hospital can be a frightening experience, but a new book by Rev Dr Alister Bull, secretary of the Mission and Discipleship Council, aims to help healthcare professionals understand and support ...
A Church of Scotland minister was sworn to secrecy by a bridegroom, when he officiated at a traditional wedding ceremony with an unusual twist.
Church leaders have warned that a freeze to state benefits combined with an expected rise in inflation will hit the poorest people in society “harder and faster”.