Life and Work
Life and Work is the magazine of the Church of Scotland. In a history spanning over 140 years, it has established itself as the voice of the Church of Scotland.
Though firmly rooted in the affairs of the Kirk, it also aims to cover a broad range of subjects of interest to church-goers across the spectrum, from international affairs and British political and social issues to science, ethics, and the arts.
Each monthly issue includes a forum for views on current social and moral issues; a monthly meditation and regular articles on the spiritual side of life; reviews of the latest books, videos, and Christian resources; and regular features on the Church worldwide.
Our subscription service offers you the convenience of having Life and Work magazine delivered direct to your door or any digital device; you can also arrange a gift subscription. Free Gaelic supplements are also available.
During this challenging period, Life and Work is committed to helping keep our Christian community connected. The magazine continues to be published and distributed to our loyal readers. If you need to contact our team, please email editorial enquiries to email@example.com or all other enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This month, we have launched Lockdown Weekly, a free weekly update which we hope will be a useful resource to help people keep in touch with events in the Church of Scotland while churches are shut and many of us are in isolation. Free every Friday to download from the Life and Work website.
Current issue: October 2020
- ‘The Virus Has Not Shaken My Faith’
- Interview with Scotland’s National Clinical Director of Health Quality and Strategy, Jason Leitch
- Healing Wounds
- Jackie Macadam discovers the work and impact of trauma healing
- Recognising our Limitations
- The Moderator of the General Assembly on a prayer journey up the four ‘Cardinal Munros’
- Surveillance and Social Justice
- In the continuing series marking the 50th anniversary of the Church of Scotland SRT, Eric Stoddart explores the ethical implications of surveillance in daily life
- Salt and Light
- Ruth Harvey considers the issues of transformation and social change in Matthew 5-7
- A Compassion Which Knows No Boundaries
- Ron Ferguson explains why Christianity is uncomfortable
- Letting Go
- The Very Rev Dr John Chalmers emphasises the importance of letting go of the past and living in the present.
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One of the magazine's most important elements is reader feedback. Our letters pages are among the liveliest in the magazine business, and are very revealing about general attitudes both within and beyond the Church. We actively encourage letters, but do ask that they are kept succinct (and not without humour), so we can publish as many as possible.
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