Walkers made up of the Young Christian Climate Network, the Church of Scotland and Christian Aid

Young Christians on 1200-mile walk to COP26 reach Scotland

15 October 2021

A group of young Christian climate activists who are walking a 1,200-mile route from Cornwall to the COP26 in Glasgow have been officially welcomed into Scotland by representatives from Christian Aid and the Church of

Jim Wallace Moderator

Moderator visits clothing recycling project at Edinburgh church

14 October 2021

A church outreach project which encourages people to re-use clothing and footwear sends out a "very powerful" environmental message. Lord Wallace, Moderator of the General Assembly, made the assessment after meeting staff and volunteers at

Hands holding a Bible

Kirk members invited to join in prayer this Sunday

7 October 2021

This Sunday (10 October), Christians across the country - and further afield - will continue to join together in prayer and reflection at 7pm in response to the pandemic. As with previous weeks during lockdown,

Photograph of the baby bank featuring nappies

The church-run baby bank supporting families in Lewis

7 October 2021

A baby bank founded by a church congregation on the Isle of Lewis has helped more than 70 families experiencing difficulties since it was started at the end of 2019. 'Oisean a' Chalman' or 'Doves

Picture of a shopping trolley

Church of Scotland backs Challenge Poverty Week

4 October 2021

The Church of Scotland will mark this year's Challenge Poverty Week (4-10 October) with a series of short videos featuring the work of the Priority Areas team and the congregations they support. In partnership with

The Moderator, Lord Wallace with Rt Rev Joh Armes and Archbishop Leo Cushley

Moderator addresses Kirking of the Parliament service

1 October 2021

The Moderator took part in the annual Kirking of the Parliament service, held at St Giles Cathedral on the evening of Friday 1 October, delivering his sermon to a congregation that included HRH Prince Charles,