Rev Philip Majcher, minister of Crown Court church in Covent Garden, writes about the oldest Church of Scotland congregation in London and its plans to celebrate its 300th anniversary in 2019.
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Rev Fiona J Reynolds of Monifieth Parish Church, Angus, shares the story of her church in its 10 year celebrations since three local congregations united.
In this month's Our Church we hear from the Rev Kate McDonald, associate minister of the Church of Scotland congregation in Tiberias, Israel and chaplain of the nearby Scots Hotel.
In the heart of the Old Town of Geneva is the Auditoire de Calvin, the spiritual home of the Church of Scotland congregation.
Rev Julia Meason, minister of Kirkwall East linked with Shapinsay, writes about focusing on outreach and the unique challenges that serving two churches on two islands brings.
This month Rev Robert Calvert, minister of the Steeple Church in Dundee writes about keeping the doors of the church open and life at the heart of the city.
In this month's Our Church we hear from Martin's Memorial Church, Stornoway, on the Isle of Lewis, and find out how over the last decade they have worked hard to build young people's involvement with ...
Rev Linda Stevens, who is based at Glens and Kirriemuir Old Parish Church and is a Team Minister for West Angus Area Ministry, writes about their annual ways of marking Christmas.
Rev James Stewart minister of Letham St Mark’s Church of Scotland in Perth explains how his Church puts mission at the front and centre of its work.
We hear from Rev Fiona Smith at Ness Bank Church in Inverness, who writes about how the 1901 vision for the church still informs their extensive outreach in the community today.