Churches across Scotland and beyond are holding special online services to mark Remembrance Sunday. Worship leaders are determined to ensure that the pandemic will not stop the commemorations of armed forces personnel who have died ...
Through 'The Listening Project', the Church of Scotland is looking to hear from everyone across the Church on their experiences of faith and Church during the coronavirus pandemic. The newly launched project, which as a ...
This Sunday (8 November), as we begin the season of Remembrance, Christians across the country - and further afield - will join together in prayer at 7pm in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As with
The chief executive of CrossReach has said she would like to see the professional expertise of social care workers better recognised. Viv Dickenson said the response of staff and volunteers during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis
This November marks Will Aid 2020; an annual initiative which this year sees nine UK charities, including Christian Aid, benefit from donations in lieu of solicitor fees for Will writing services. Every November, participating solicitors
Six Scottish Church leaders have sent a letter to MPs and the House of Lords voicing grave, shared concerns over the Internal Market Bill, which they say sets a 'disastrous precedent' that risks breaking international
This week Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, will spend time with CrossReach through a mixture of online meetings and visits to learn about the
Ecumenical faith leaders have teamed up to host a service to mark All Saints Day. Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair, Moderator of the General Assembly, invited Most Revd Mark Strange, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal
A schoolboy has won a top award for bravery for saving his mother after she fell 100 feet down a ravine Sebastian Williams will be presented with a Pride of Britain Child of Courage Award
A Stirling church has launched a 2021 calendar of the surrounding area which is set to raise thousands for the congregation. Rev Barry Hughes, who is the minister of St Mark's in the Raploch area
This Sunday (1 November), as new tiered restrictions have been announced across Scotland, Christians across the country - and further afield - will join together in prayer at 7pm in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A former electronic engineer and an ex-Chartered accountant are today taking up new roles as full-time ministers. Rev Morag Crossan is being inducted into Canonbie United linked with Liddesdale Church in the Scottish Borders. Chris
A Church of Scotland youth worker has been awarded a prestigious academic honour for his master's thesis at Aberdeen University. Darren Philip's research, which focused on the benefits of different generations attending church together, was...
A former Deputy First Minister of Scotland has been chosen to be the next Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Rt Hon Lord Wallace of Tankerness QC (Jim Wallace) will become
Two ordained local ministers, both based in central Scotland, have been deployed into their first charges after years of studying and training. Rev Beverly Stevenson, a retired operations manager originally from Glasgow, will now be
The Church of Scotland has welcomed the news that 50 countries have now ratified the Nuclear Ban Treaty. This means that nuclear weapons will be banned in the same way as chemical and biological weapons,
Christmas this year might feel very different to what we're used to but despite the challenges, congregations will continue to offer support and services, prayers and meetings. Very Rev Dr Susan Brown, convener of the
This Sunday (25 October), as restrictions continue across Scotland, Christians across the country - and further afield - will join together in prayer at 7pm in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As with previous weeks
St Andrew's and St George's West Church in Edinburgh is going ahead with its annual art sale this week, with hand sanitisers, physical distancing and a limit on the number of people allowed in the
The Church of Scotland has pledged £40,000 to help rebuild the Lebanese capital, Beirut, following a devastating explosion which killed more than 200 people. The money - partly drawn from restricted funds used to support