Rt Rev Dr Russell Barr joined with representatives of ecumenical and interfaith groups and with Muslim faith leaders to condemn yesterday's attack on Westminster and to call for peace and healing.
The Moderator, Rt Rev Dr Russell Barr has responded to the Westminster attack with this statement and prayer:
Church of Scotland congregations are stepping up to the challenge of caring for creation – in 280 different ways. That is the number of local congregations that have made the commitment to become an eco-congregation ...
Four Church of Scotland congregations are taking the lead in an exciting new project which will allow parish residents to decide how government grant funds should be spent.
An innovative Church of Scotland backed charity that has helped people in some of Scotland’s poorest communities start their own businesses is set to expand with help from a £225,000 grant from the Scottish Government. ...
The Path of Renewal initiative, launched in September 2015, is about to expand. Set up to bring ministers and church members together to reflect on the big picture and explore new approaches to church life, ...
A former solicitor who worked in Nepal helping survivors of the devastating earthquake in 2015 has been introduced as the first minister of a newly formed congregation in Edinburgh
The Moderator of the General Assembly has welcomed an announcement that the Scottish Government has donated £200,000 towards famine relief in East Africa.
Hundreds of people involved in welcoming refugees to Scotland attended a special conference at Holyrood last night.
An Angus church has been congratulated in the Scottish Parliament for completing the first stage of a major redevelopment project.
A Moray minister has told MSPs that she hoped they would work together to make Scotland a better place for all.
Almost 100 wedding dresses were on display at St Michael’s Parish Church in Linlithgow Saturday at an event showcasing generations of couples who have been married in the 13th century Kirk. ...
The Moderator of the General Assembly spent 10 days in Kenya to strengthen the Church of Scotland’s historic partnership with the Presbyterian Church of East Africa. (PCEA)
The Church and Society council launches a new video featuring the Church's work in Building Global Friendships
People with learning disabilities often face barriers and exclusion which make it difficult to feel they belong. Congregations in Kinross and Burntisland are at the forefront of a movement to make sure everyone is welcome ...
Rev Martin Fair of St Andrew's Parish Church in Arbroath was in the news this weekend after his car was stolen from the manse driveway. The story the papers told, however was far less dramatic ...
A lay person will lead the Iona Community for the first time from this summer, following the election of Dr Michael Marten to the role, Life and Work reports.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed a commitment from the Scottish Government that it will continue to do all it can to ensure the safety and integration of unaccompanied children.
A Church official who launched a David versus Goliath style campaign to try and fill a black hole in a failed retailer’s pensions fund has cautiously welcomed a settlement.