The staggering extent of bomb damage caused to properties owned by the Church of Scotland during the Second World War has been revealed in a unique ledger.
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Scotland's Minister for Childcare and Early Years Mark McDonald MSP praised a CrossReach early years project for its work with children in Govanhill, Glasgow, saying he found it “very valuable” to hear from staff and ...
The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is joining former Moderator of the General Assembly, Very Rev Dr Lorna Hood on Sunday 21 August to visit the site of the worst atrocity on European soil since World ...
Gemma King, Edinburgh University student, Colinton Parish Church member and former National Youth Assembly representative, speaks out about keeping faith alive as a student.
Nearly 100 young people from across Scotland are gathering tomorrow for the annual National Youth Assembly residential meeting.
The Moderator of the General Assembly Right Rev Dr Russell Barr yesterday visited three vitally important project, supported by grants from the Church of Scotland’s Go For It fund,
A neglected north-east manse garden that was transformed into a thriving community space featuring a model lighthouse is celebrating a "significant milestone" this weekend.
If your church building needs repairs or improvement in order to better serve our community, you might be eligible to receive funding through the National Churches Trust grants programme.
Golfers are invited to join the Moderator at the CrossReach charity golf day in Edinburgh this month. Book now for the event at the Royal Burgess golf course on Thursday 22nd of September. ...
The Moderator of the General Assembly has contributed a prayer for the new Prime Minister and her ministerial team as they form the UK's new government.