A three-year radical action plan to reform the Church of Scotland has been approved by the General Assembly.
From helping the elderly in Bangladesh to funding mosquito nets in Kenya, the Church of Scotland's World Mission Stamp Appeal has supported life-changing projects around the world for 50 years.Since 1969 church members across the ...
Major reforms to the governing structures of the Church of Scotland have been approved by the General Assembly.
Twin sisters with a combined age of 190 are loving life on a unique new bike.
The Principal Clerk of the Church of Scotland has been appointed as one of the Queen's chaplains.Rev Dr George Whyte, who is based in Edinburgh, will formally join Her Majesty's ...
A former Moderator has criticised the UK Government for refusing to grant asylum to a Pakistani Christian family.
Rt Rev Colin Sinclair has been installed as Moderator of the Church of Scotland's 2019 General Assembly during Saturday's opening ceremony.
Radical proposals to future-proof the Church of Scotland for generations to come will take centre stage at the General Assembly which opens tomorrow.
As Rt Rev Susan Brown prepares to step down as Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, here she has written a reflection on her year in ...
Congregations are being encouraged to introduce contactless payment systems.
VIDEO - A minister channeled family drama to deliver an address with a difference to the Scottish Parliament today.
People who run an "innovative" emergency care shelter for up to 75 rough sleepers have been recognised in the Scottish Parliament.
The annual Heart and Soul Festival returns to Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh on Sunday 19 May, with exhibitors from across the Kirk and partner organisations, two stages with musical ...
Christian Aid Book Sale returns with first edition George Orwell novels and a Victoria Crowe painting
The annual Christian Aid Book sale was launched this week by this year's patron, journalist Kirsty Wark, ahead of the official public opening on Saturday 11 May.
A church is using art to encourage young people to explore the wonders of Christianity.
The Moderator of the General Assembly has welcomed reports that a Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy has been allowed to leave Pakistan.
The Moderator of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev Susan Brown, has urged voters to take part in the upcoming European Elections on Thursday 23 May "whatever the future holds". ...
Tributes have been paid to a "kind and compassionate" minister who died while out hill walking in the Highlands.
Communing with God - a group of young people embark on a spiritual adventure to France.