Two "highly valued" historic bibles have been stolen from a church in West Lothian which can trace its roots back to 480AD.
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A Church of Scotland employee, who is leading a campaign to "achieve justice" for British Home Store staff and pensioners has described the House of Commons report on the collapse of the company as, "very ...
Egypt’s record on human rights and sectarian violence has been under fire recently, but Rev Refat Fathy Gergis says he sees cause for hope.
Very Rev Dr Lorna Hood hosted Scotland’s 2016 Srebrenica Memorial Day Commemoration at Cathcart Old Parish Church on 15 July.
A Church of Scotland minister has raised thousands of pounds to help tackle violence against women by climbing all of the country's 282 Munro mountains.
A beautifully preserved Gaelic Bible dating back to the First World War has been discovered at St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh.
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.
The Church of Scotland has long argued the UK should not possess weapons of mass destruction, and condemns the UK Government’s decision to vote on the renewal of the Trident nuclear weapons system next week. ...
A prayer has been issued by the Moderator of the General Assembly seeking prayer and healing for the people of South Sudan amid renewed hostilities. The Church has strong links with our mission partner in ...
Church of Scotland minister Ruth Harvey has been announced as the new head of the leading mediation charity Place for Hope. She takes over as director in October.