The first hearing of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry has taken place in Edinburgh.
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A congregation used to meeting in school halls in the north of Scotland has become so popular that it has revealed plans to build its own church in the Highland capital.
The Leap of Faith fundraiser has raised a remarkable £26,000 to support the work of CrossReach, the Church's social care council.
A Scottish university has entered into a unique partnership to provide additional training to ministers in one of the world’s poorest countries.
Terrorism must not be allowed to create disunity and “destroy the message of love”,” HRH The Princess Royal has said.
Very Rev Dr John Chalmers has received a standing ovation from Commissioners at the General Assembly during its closing session to mark his retirement as Principal Clerk of the Church of Scotland.
The Moderator of the General Assembly has contributed prayers for Manchester and Egypt following the terrible loss of life in terrorist attacks this week.
The Church is being challenged to consider the place of its buildings in its faith mission by the body which oversees thousands of Church properties. The General Trustees report has highlighted the very difficult decisions ...
Poverty is “an avoidable scandal that robs people of their dignity and diminishes us all,” the chief executive of a major Christian charity has said.
The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has approved an apology to gay people for the history of discrimination they have faced in the Church. Commissioners also approved a report which could pave the ...