The Moderator of the General Assembly recounts his experience of visiting Nigeria and South Sudan and offers his views on how the two countries can develop.
Read eyewitness accounts from figures connected to the Church of Scotland on the most devastating floods ever seen in Malawi.
Presbyteries are invited to send a youth representative to experience the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh this May.
Read a reflection from Port of Leith chaplain Tim Bell on the support being given to sailors from around the world.
A new apprentice chaplaincy programme is being created in a joint initiative between the Church of Scotland and Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland (WPCS). It comes as a series of events are being held in Edinburgh, ...
We must do more to improve palliative care for those approaching the end of their life, and make it as good as it possibly can be before considering legalising a right to die. That was ...
The Church of Scotland is delighted to announce the Rev Dr Wayne Pearce is to take up his charge as minister of Stornoway High Church next month.
The Acting Principal Clerk, Rev Dr George Whyte, has issued the following response to the departure of Rev Andrew McMillan from the Church of Scotland.
The Church of Scotland is welcoming the Scottish Government's decision to think again about the proposed new women's prison at Inverclyde.
The Convener of the Church of Scotland Guild, Kay Keith, reflects on her moving visit to Nigeria where she took part in celeberations marking the 100th anniversary of the death of legendary missionary Mary Mitchell ...