Two congregations seeking new ministers will uphold the traditional position of the Church and will not call ministers in civil partnerships
A letter from 13 churches and charities calls on the UK Government to set up a full independent reviewof the benefits sanctions system.
Rev Joyce Keyes from Abronhill Church in Cumbernauld has expressed her thanks for the compassion and support the congregation has received since learning of the deaths of Jim and Ann McQuire
CrossReach has drawn attention to the lack of resources available for families struggling with Postnatal Depression following the death of baby Chloe Sutherland.
Nineteen new recruits to Church of Scotland ministry have been accepted following the first round of this year's assessment conferences. A further 34 candidates are eligible to be considered this autumn and hopes are high ...
Next season the BBC2 programme An Island Parish will follow the fortunes of the communities living in the Shetland Islands.
The Church of Scotland welcomes Pope Francis' wide-ranging and comprehensive encyclical on climate change.
The Church of Scotland is seeking recommendations for the role of next year's Moderator of the General Assembly.
The Church of Scotland is calling on the Chancellor to use any money raised from the proposed sale of the Royal Bank of Scotland to cancel the cuts that are hurting families in poverty. ...
The goal is to build support for policies that would reduce global warming to below 2 degrees.
Lewis Presbytery held a special service June 3 that brought together congregations from across the island.
Charles Kennedy:His down-to-earth humanity ensured that he was held in affection by people of all political persuasions, and none.
Rt Rev Dr Angus Morrison brings away grace, friendliness, passion and a spirit of hope for the future.
From art clubs to drop-in centres, churches are taking the lead in efforts to support people with dementia and their carers.
A BBC Scotland broadcast showcases three new ministers and the Tomorrow's Calling campaign.
The CrossReach annual Service of Celebration recognises staff members for long service and for achieving qualifications as well as honouring exceptional employees and volunteers.
Six different churches are collaborating to bring six fun-packed days of activities for all ages to Edinburgh this summer.
Ministers are getting creative with technology and social media to offer new ways to find out about the Church.
CrossReach, the Church's Social Care Council, is calling on congregations to take part in a survey on its new Social Care Forum website to get a true picture of the care the Church provides across ...