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Rt Rev Colin Sinclair speaking in Trafalgar Square

Thy Kingdom Come increased its impact in 2019

19 October, 2019

The global prayer movement Thy Kingdom Come reached Christians in more than 170 countries in 2019 and 70% of those who took part felt more encouraged to share their faith. ...

Over four days the Moderator will visit a range of CrossReach sites including care homes and a school

Moderator to visit vital CrossReach services

18 October, 2019

Rt Rev Colin Sinclair, the Moderator of the Church of Scotland, will spend four days next week visiting CrossReach social care projects to find out more about the charity's crucial work across Scotland. Over four ...

Ruth Harvey, director of Place for Hope

A prayer for radical change: Ruth Harvey

14 October, 2019

As the Church of Scotland continues its challenging work on the three-year radical action plan which was approved by this year’s General Assembly, we call on those from across the ...

Hands holding a candle

Moderator shares prayer for Syria

11 October, 2019

Following reports of renewed conflict in Syria, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev Colin Sinclair, shares a prayer for peace and protection in ...

Rev Dr George Whyte in his Queen's Chaplain robes

Principal Clerk installed as chaplain to the Queen

9 October, 2019

A special church service to mark Rev Dr George Whyte’s formal installation as Chaplain-in-Ordinary within Her Majesty’s Household has taken place in Edinburgh this week. Dr Whyte, the Principal Clerk ...

Ministers from churches in Corstorphine are working together to get accredited as Real Living Wage employers

Corstorphine churches work towards the living wage

9 October, 2019

Four churches based in West Edinburgh have started their journey towards becoming living wage employers.Corstorphine Old Parish, St Ninian's, St Anne's and St Andrew's Clermiston churches are working together to ...

Dana McQuater next to a graphic saying Together We Pray

A prayer for radical change: Dana McQuater

7 October, 2019

As the Church of Scotland continues its challenging work on the three-year radical action plan which was approved by this year’s General Assembly, we call on those from across the ...