The UK Government’s negotiating position on Brexit must be subject to a vote in the House of Commons, a Church of Scotland minister has said.
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A minister who played a key role in establishing the Church of Scotland’s biggest annual open-air festival has been named as the next Moderator of the General Assembly.
Moderator highlights invaluable work of CrossReach as he visits social care projects across Scotland
The Moderator helped launch CrossReach week 2016 and its theme 'Love in Action' with a special service at Letham St Mark's Church in Perth on Sunday 9 October.
It is hard to imagine the ecumenical scene in Scotland and beyond without the quiet but influential presence of the Very Rev Dr Sheilagh Kesting, who retired at the end of September from her post ...
A new national strategy to tackle the “demoralising, degrading and dehumanising” blight of homelessness must be introduced in Scotland, a senior Kirk figure has said.
Two Church of Scotland ministers are encouraging congregations to develop close working friendships with partner churches around the world.
The Church of Scotland has called for Council Tax bands to be re-evaluated to make it a fairer system that reflects current house prices.
A Church of Scotland minister from Aberdeen highlighted the work of the Boys Brigade in the Scottish Parliament this afternoon.
Very Rev Dr Lorna Hood, who is retiring from ministry, has been given a heartfelt send-off by the congregation of Renfrew North Parish Church, where she served faithfully for 37 years. Her achievements were celebrated ...
In this article first published in Life and Work magazine, the Church of Scotland’s Communications Manager, Rob Flett, explains why the Church is using social media and how congregations and Presbyteries can cultivate their own ...