Scottish religious leaders have come together in solidarity with Christians in the aftermath of the massacre in Sri Lanka. Representatives from around 10 denominations gathered outside the Glasgow Central Mosque on Wednesday.
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The Church has underlined its commitment to supporting Armed Forces personnel despite expressing misgivings about a service to mark 50 years of the UK's nuclear deterrent.
The Church of Scotland must be at the forefront of leading changes to tackle climate change.
Further to yesterday's announcement regarding the Lord and Lady Polwarth Home case, please see a statement from the Church of Scotland.
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A Fife village has recognised its popular former minister by naming a new street of housing after him.Following a poll run by the local community council, residents of Saline voted ...
A 3D reconstruction of the tomb of Robert the Bruce is on display at Dunfermline Abbey Church.
School children have helped create a stunning 100ft long "Path of Peace" in a tranquil church garden in Edinburgh.
A minister has launched a crowd funding appeal to help the victims of the Easter Sunday terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka.
To launch Christian Aid Week, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev Susan Brown, is donning her walking boots to take part in the ...
A cross set amongst the antlers of a stag symbolises the Edinburgh parish in which the Scottish Parliament stands, MSPs have been told.
Christians in Sri Lanka were devastated to learn that more than 200 people have been killed and 400 injured in a coordinated series of bomb attacks on three churches and ...
An ambitious production of the Easter Story will be staged across five towns in Lanarkshire during Holy Week and ending on Good Friday.Beginning on Palm Sunday, performances of the immersive ...
The Church of Scotland's interfaith officer, Mirella Yandoli, is inviting youth workers to attend a training event aimed at helping them tackle hate speech.
As Christians across the world prepare to mark the death and resurrection of Christ, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev Susan Brown, writes ...
Church of Scotland congregations are being urged to ring their bells in a show of solidarity and sympathy with France.
Witnessing Pope Frances kissing the feet of South Sudan leaders to encourage them not to return to civil war was an "extraordinary" moment.
Rev Dr John L McPake, the Church of Scotland's ecumenical officer, gives us this prayer for all those affected by the fire.
Around 15,000 people will march through the streets of Budapest this weekend to commemorate a brave Scot who laid down her life to protect Jewish school girls.