News and events
A “Walk of Peace” pilgrimage walk is being held to mark the 30th anniversary of the Lockerbie air disaster.
A former Citizen's Advice employee has been ordained as a minister in the Scottish Borders.
Rev Mary Whittaker, who is the only Deaf minister across the Church of Scotland, has been inducted as minister to the deaf congregation of St John’s Church in Aberdeen and the North Region of Scotland. ...
The Moderator of the General Assembly is encouraging people to donate money to a Highland residential home instead of buying her presents for her 60th birthday.
A Kirk project working with vulnerable people in Malta is just one of 10 programmes to benefit from an overall fund of more than £480,000 from the Church of Scotland.
A Kirk official who spent weeks searching for two friends who disappeared in the Himalayas more than 30 years ago has spoken of his relief after their bodies were finally found.
The Church of Scotland is joining academics and anti-Poverty campaigners in a call for the Scottish Government's budget to include a new income supplement to tackle child poverty.
An increasing number of Church of Scotland congregations are embracing the idea that, when it comes to reaching fathers, family ministry often needs to create spaces where dads, father figures and their children can come ...
The Church of Scotland is urging congregations across the country to sign up to a charter and publicly pledge support for eradicating violence against women, girls and children.