Rt Rev Martin Fair will be hosting the service which will include worship, prayers, music, a sermon, Bible readings, and will close with the Moderator’s wife Mrs Elaine Fair singing The Blessing.
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Last week during Mental Health Awareness week, the Moderator encouraged each of us to reach out to others and to support and listen to people struggling with their mental health in these difficult times. This ...
A minister conducted an online "promise ceremony" for a couple who were forced to cancel their dream wedding due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Very Rev Dr Susan Brown carried out the "betrothal through handfasting" type
An historic service to celebrate a new partnership of churches in Aberdeen and Shetland is being streamed live online this weekend. The Presbytery of Aberdeen and Shetland brings the oversight of all churches on the
Once more, churches across Scotland have come together to encourage Christians to join together in prayer at 7pm on Sunday evening in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This week, 14 Christian churches and organisations across
A 98 year old woman is raising money for the NHS by playing the piano every day for 100 days. Rebecca Parker, a member of St John's Parish Church in Carluke, South Lanarkshire, is more
Congregations across Scotland will be joining together-remotely-for a special Pentecost service on 31 May. Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair will be hosting the service which will include worship, prayers, music, a sermon, Bible readings, and
The Moderator of the General Assembly invites you to join him in prayer at 7pm. Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair gives thanks to God for protecting and shielding us and providing strength to men and
Waiting is a "spiritual discipline" that highlights our dependency on God, the Moderator of the General Assembly has said. Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair said people must trust in Him if anything "worthwhile" is to
Around 1,000 people from across the country took part in a special webinar on Friday, 22 May, to learn how the Kirk's charity trustees and staff are tackling the challenges facing the Church of Scotland.
A Stirling church has been praised in the Scottish Parliament for its ongoing work within the community during the Coronavirus pandemic. A motion laid down this week in Holyrood commended the "efforts of St Mark's
Church groups across Scotland are asking Christians once more to join together in prayer at 7pm on Sunday evening. Across the country people have answered the call to pray at the same time each week
The congregation of Williamwood Parish Church on the south side of Glasgow was transported to Kathmandu in Nepal during their online worship last Sunday 17 May. Everyone who took part was thrilled to be joined
Plans to introduce a post-Brexit immigration system to the UK will disadvantage people on lower incomes who have much to contribute to society, a Church of Scotland minister has warned. Very Rev Dr Susan Brown,
The Moderator is encouraging everyone to join him in taking part in the Thy Kingdom Come global prayer movement. Rt Rev Dr Martin Fair has backed the Scottish Church Leaders Forum in calling all Christians