Tireless volunteers who help people worse for wear after a night out in Edinburgh have been commended by the Moderator of the General Assembly.
The Moderator of the General Assembly is helping to share the “calming” love of God on the streets of Scotland’s capital city tonight.
The Church of Scotland has thanked the Duke of Edinburgh for his life of public service following his announcement he will retire from this sphere in the autumn.
He’s the minister who featured in the New Statesman last week under the headline ‘ the banker who found God’. Read how this remarkable minister is taking on the payday lenders in Leith. ...
It is the legacy of a father who refused to accept that his beloved son had been killed 100 years ago today in one of the most brutal battles of the First World War. ...
A Church minister has urged MSPs to continue to bear the often frustrating and painful mantle of leadership to inspire others.
This month’s sharing of faith comes from a young woman from North Lanarkshire who says it is important to support one another nurture Christian belief to “keep the light within us”. ...
Her Majesty the Queen has appointed a distinguished Church of Scotland minister as one of her personal chaplains.
A real community affair as new church in Glasgow holds first wedding.
Congregations across Scotland and beyond can show their support for this year’s General Assembly by taking part in a photo-sharing campaign being launched today.