The Church of Scotland has welcomed an announcement to remove all local authority charges for child burials and cremations.
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A new education pack is being launched for Scottish secondary schools to help pupils learn the lessons of a mass genocide in Bosnia in the 1990s.
The Lord High Commissioner at this year's General Assembly has praised staff at a church-funded project in Hamilton for "dedicating their lives" to helping people.
A 10-year-old asylum seeker would be put in grave danger if he is deported back to the country of his birth, it has been claimed.
A former child soldier who went on to become a leading peacemaker and evangelist has praised the Church of Scotland for supporting efforts to end conflict in South Sudan.
A leading Muslim cleric has said the Church of Scotland is a “home” for him.
The first woman pastor ordained in the Middle-East has described visiting the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland as “Presbyterian Heaven” after being prevented from attending last year.
The Church of Scotland has much to contribute to society and people don’t have to be Christians to "respect its advice", an MP has said.
The Moderator is due to attend an annual peace vigil at Faslane (HM Naval Base Clyde) led by the Iona Community’s Wild Goose Resource Group and Scottish Christians Against Nuclear Arms (SCANA). ...
Speaking together with one voice is more important than ever in the light of Brexit says the President of the Conference of European Churches (CEC).