This Sunday (29 November), as the season of Advent begins, Christians across the country - and further afield - will once more join together in prayer at 7pm in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. As ...
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During December, Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, will be inviting everyone from across Scotland to send a sprig of rosemary, to represent their own personal ...
The Church has hit out at a UK Government decision to cut the international aid budget from 0. 7% of gross national income to 0. 5%. It has been reported that the the move means
To mark the start of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (running from 25 November until 10 December, Human Rights Day), Mirella Yandoli, a member of the Kirk's Violence Against Women Task Group,
The countdown starts as Advent begins on Sunday 29 November running until Thursday 24 December. This year, people from across the Church of Scotland are joining together to look forward to 'Bright Hope For Tomorrow'
The Church of Scotland's Listening Project has got off to a flying start. Nearly 100 people from all corners of the country have already shared their experiences of faith and church during the current pandemic.
The Moderator of the General Assembly is making history by holding virtual meetings with a wide range of London-based religious, political and charity leaders. Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair is unable to travel south due
During Advent, Christian Aid will be highlighting some of the poorest Ethiopian communities who are on the frontline of the climate crisis. As part of this, on the first Sunday of Advent, churches across the
This Sunday (22 November), as new level restrictions have been introduced across Scotland, Christians across the country - and further afield - will join together in prayer at 7pm in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Gulf War veteran and a former children and youth worker are being ordained as Church of Scotland ministers. Craig Dobney is being inducted in to Comrie linked with Dundurn churches in Perthshire this evening.
People must stop being so judgemental about those serving prison sentences, the Moderator of the General Assembly has said. Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair said one of the "brightest and smartest" men he has ever
Churches in Dundee are inviting the community to vote on which local projects should share a £9,375 pot of grant funds. The scheme is part of the Scottish Government's participatory funding initiative, developed as a
Rev Dr Peter McEnhill has been officially appointed by the newly-established Clyde Presbytery during a key milestone for the Kirk's ongoing Presbytery Plan. The creation of the new Clyde Presbytery, merging together two former presbyteries...
Two ordained local ministers, both based in central Scotland, have been deployed into their first charges in the Presbytery of Hamilton after years of study and training. Rev Fiona Anderson, from Hamilton, has served as
This Sunday (15 November), 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 during lockdown and the phased
A renowned Church of Scotland theologian and former parish minister has been appointed as the new Regius Chair of Divinity at the University of Cambridge. Rev Professor David Fergusson, who retired from his role as
Christians and Muslims have a "responsibility to spread goodness" in society, a community activist has said. Dr Sahira Dar, who campaigns to increase female representation in mosques, said God's ultimate message is of love and
The UK's First Sea Lord has paid tribute to a Sutherland nurse who died 6,500 miles away from home during the Second World War Admiral Tony Radakin, gave thanks to God for Sister Lily Murray
A minister who was previously Chaplain General of the Army has been appointed as Clerk to the new Presbytery of Fife, which will be formally created in January. Rev Dr David Coulter, who is currently
An Edinburgh church has erected a lifesaving defibrillator on railings outside the building. The fully automated machine by the pavement at St Michael's Parish Church on Slateford Road is the latest to be installed under