For this Christmas season the Moderators of the Church of Scotland's General Assembly and the National Youth Assembly have come together to share their thoughts looking back on the year past, as well as highlighting some topics for reflection as we stand on the threshold of a new year.
A Church of Scotland minister has recalled the life-changing moment the Boxing Day tsunami brought death and destruction 10 years ago to the island where he set up home.
The Moderator of the General Assembly has welcomed a thawing of relations between the US and Cuba.
Watch or read the Moderator's advent message
Please find the order of service from today's special prayer service at St George's Tron in Glasgow following yesterday's tragedy.
Read the Moderator's Christmas message.
The first Vocations Champions recruited by the Church of Scotland are beginning their work after being inducted into their new roles.
Go For It's annual conference was themed as The Festival of Networking and this year it ran in partnership with Faith in Community Scotland's Transformation Team.
One of Britain's leading scientists Professor Andrew Halestrap, believes science can bring people to the Christian faith, rather than undermining the nature of their beliefs.
Who says science and faith have nothing to say to each other? The Steeple Church in Dundee drew several hundred people to the events it held as part of the city's recent Science Festival.
Being blind hasn't held David Nicholson back. In fact, he sees it as something of a blessing.
Monday, December 1, is World AIDS Day. It is an opportunity for people around the world to unite and remind ourselves HIV and AIDS have not gone away. Every year people across Scotland take part and show their support by wearing red ribbons, holding and attending events, taking action or a moment to reflect.
To mark International Women Human Rights Defenders Day, Kathy Galloway, head of Christian Aid Scotland, contributes to our 'Speak Out' campaign against violence against women.
Yesterday the Moderator met with political party leaders in Westminster and also spent time at No 10 Downing Street in conversation with the Prime Minister.
Lord Hope has been appointed as the Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly in 2015
Scottish Churches Parliamentary Officer David Bradwell says church people still expect meaningful change following September's referendum.
Saturday marks the first anniversary of the Clutha disaster after a police helicopter crashed through the roof of the Glasgow pub.
Staff at the Church of Scotland offices have voted to end the collective bargaining agreement with Unite the Union. The employer will now be giving Unite six months' formal notice of the decision.
The Moderator of the General Assembly, Rt Rev John Chalmers has written this reflection following his recent visit to the Reformed Church in Hungary.
The Church of Scotland Guild offers prayerfulsupport and practical help to six projects each three years.