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A new group has been established to promote the "living legacy" of a Scot who gave her life to protect Jewish school girls during the Holocaust. The Jane Haining Project was formed by a cohort ...
Today, 27 January 2022, we join with people across the world to remember and honour the millions of people murdered in the Holocaust under Nazi persecution, and in the genocides which followed in Cambodia, Rwanda,
The Faith Impact Forum has been in touch with members of our partner, the Reformed Church in Transcarpathia, Ukraine (Egyházkerület Kárpátaljai Református). Like all of us they are watching with concern as armed forces mass
A Fife church has welcomed a new full-time minister to provide spiritual leadership and help members continue to make a positive impact in the community. Rev Dr Conor Fegan said he is delighted to have
A Church of Scotland Deacon has been appointed as the Scottish Government's first national advisor and operational lead on Spiritual Care. This article first appeared on the Life and Work website, the magazine of the
The Moderator of the General Assembly has been appointed the ambassador of a Christian healthcare charity which supports work to improve lives in one of the poorest regions of the world. Lord Wallace said he
A political activist who campaigned for democracy from behind the Iron Curtain as a teenager has been inducted as an associate chaplain at Edinburgh University. Rev Dr Urzula Glienecke, who first began studying to be
A minister has spoken movingly of how his path into ministry began after hitting rock-bottom as a teenager before realising he had a calling to support others through his faith. Note: this article contains references
This year's Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, based on the theme of 'We saw the star in the East, and we came to worship him' (Matthew 2:2), takes place from Tuesday 18 January until
Tributes have been paid to a much-loved Church of Scotland minister who has died after a long illness. Rev George Cowie, clerk to the Presbytery of Glasgow and a Chaplain-in-Ordinary to Her Majesty the Queen,
On the first day of 2022, 15 Scottish Christian churches and organisations across the country, including the Church of Scotland, have co-signed a letter calling for prayer in response to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.Scottish Christians ...
As the second year impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic comes to a close, we look back on some of our most popular stories that have filled us with hope and joy during these difficult times.
Lord Wallace, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, extends Christmas greetings to one and all. Throughout the season of Advent, we brought you stories that highlight how church members around the
As Christmas Eve descends upon us, and we ready ourselves to celebrate the birth of Jesus, the Heart and Soul Swing Band return for this year's Advent calendar with their tune, 'Love Came Down at
For the 26th day of Advent, Rev Mike Robertson, minister for The Barn Church in Culloden, has written a prayer on our theme for this year — Light in the Darkness. Jesus, light in the
Rev Andrea Boyes, minister of Durness and Kinlochbervie Parish in the far north of Scotland, is the proud owner of a flock of sheep and is a shepherd in more ways than one. She reflects
The Convener of the Church's Committee on Chaplains to Her Majesty's Forces, Rev Dr Marjory MacLean, has wished all our Navy, Army and RAF chaplains, and their families, a happy, safe and peaceful Christmas. Marjory,
For the 24th day of Advent we present the Little Acorns singing the Gaelic version of Silent Night, 'Ciuine an Oidhche'. Little Acorns is a weekly online bilingual singing and music class that brings together
The Church of Scotland has announced the selection of Rev Fiona Smith as the next Principal Clerk to the General Assembly. The appointment will have to be confirmed by the General Assembly in May. The