The Deputy President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom has been appointed Lord High Commissioner to the 2022 General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Rt Hon Lord Hodge said he is "delighted ...
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More than 1,000 church leaders have urged the UK Government to "substantially" change the terms of the controversial Nationality and Borders Bill. Lord Wallace, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, is ...
A California based clergyman with a passion for supporting innovation within churches will visit Scotland in March to run workshops focusing on how congregations can thrive. Rev Lorenzo Lebrija, a priest within the Episcopal Church
Worship leaders across the Church are being encouraged to use a special ecumenical prayer for peace in Ukraine as part of their services this Sunday. It has been produced by the Scottish Church Leaders Forum
As Europe wakes this morning to news that Russia has launched an invasion of Ukraine, the Church of Scotland is calling on all parties to renew peacemaking efforts and prepare to offer humanitarian aid to
A former primary school teacher who grew up on a farm in the USA is today being ordained as a Church of Scotland minister. Dr Amy Bender will be inducted into her role at Keith
A minister has spoken of the "great joy" at being able to work closely with the local community within her priority areas parish. Rev Gillian Paterson, who was interviewed as part of the monthly 'Talking
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland will spend a few days in Aberdeen this weekend meeting with Kirk members and marking the annual Founders' Day at the University of Aberdeen.
The Church of Scotland's Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Group has begun work aimed at empowering people across the church to celebrate the diversity of all God's people and to strengthen our culture of welcome. "As
Forgiveness is a conscious decision to release feelings of anger, hatred and resentment towards a person or group who has harmed us. UK Government minister Michael Gove argues that the public owe all those involved
Lord Wallace, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, has paid tribute to the Queen's "faithful service to country and Commonwealth" on the 70th anniversary of her reign". Today, let us
In the lead up to this year's Racial Justice Sunday on 13 February, special worship resources have been produced by Churches Together in Britain and Ireland featuring contributions from Kirk minister Rev Mandy Ralph and
Church leaders have renewed their calls on the UK Government to use diplomacy to ensure that democracy is restored in Myanmar. Speaking on the first anniversary of the military coup which overthrew the elected government
After the recent storms that have left families in grief after loved ones were killed and seen many more people in Scotland and across the UK without power, we are all well aware of the
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