Christmas takes us to the central mystery of the Christian faith – the recognition that in this miraculous child, God himself is with us all.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed the publication of a new action plan which seeks to improve palliative and end of life care.
Fuel poverty figures show more than one in three Scottish households are fuel poor with almost one in 10 living in deep fuel poverty.
The Learn Eldership publication was recognised at the Scottish Magazine Awards 2015 in the 'Innovation' category .
Eight places of worship including four Church of Scotland churches have been awarded grants totalling 1.45 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic Environment, Scotland.
A campaign coordinated by the Church of Scotland's Church and Society Council is on the cusp of reaching a target of hearing from 10,000 people from across Scotland speaking out for change. ...
Homeless men take the place of Jesus and his disciples in The Last Supper, a powerful new painting by Iain Campbell.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed an historic new international agreement to tackle climate change. Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, convener of the Church and Society Council, hailed the outcome of the United Nations Climate Change Conference ...
If you are involved in ministry with children and young people and would like to explore new and exciting ways to work, the Community of Faith Conference is for you.