The Church has released an ecumenical report which charts the early progress of churches in their goal of working in partnership.
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The Church of Scotland has welcomed the decision of the Scottish Government to show its support for Religious Observance in schools, also known as Time for Reflection.
The Reverend Dr Angus Morrison, Minister of Orwell and Portmoak Church in the Presbytery of Perth, has become Moderator Designate of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Dr Morrison will take up the office of Moderator in May 2014 at the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
As she comes towards the end of her visit to Scotland, Maria Silo from Malawi has been impressing audiences as far apart as Carlisle and Macduff, Alloway and Inverbervie.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the Right Reverend Hood, said today: “I am sure everyone in the Grangemouth area will be relieved that the petrochemical plant is to stay open.
We are joining with Christians around the world to pray for peace in the Middle East on the 24th of each month.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of The Church of Scotland, the Right Reverend Lorna Hood, has made a rallying call to parents to talk to their ministers about baptism and its meaning as the Church joins with the Christian family around the world in welcoming Prince George who was baptised today into the Church.
A care home run by the Church of Scotland’s Social Care Council, CrossReach, for adults with profound and multiple learning difficulties in Stonehaven has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Specialist Adult Care Award category of the Scottish Care National Care Home Awards.
The Church is committed to addressing issues of violence against women. In our reports to the General Assembly in 2003, 2011 and 2012, the Church acknowledged the reality of violence against women as an issue not only for society but within the Church itself.
In the November issue, the Principal Clerk of the Church of Scotland, the Rev John Chalmers reflects on the meaning and poignancy of Remembrance.
The Church has called for religious observance in schools to be renamed 'Time for Reflection.' The Church believes this would make a significant contribution to help make the debate about religious observance in schools more about what we can do and less an argument between opposing views.
The Moderator attending The Woman of the Year lunch.
A Church of Scotland minister who lost his mother and other close relatives in a suicide attack on a church in Pakistan says he forgives the killers.
Tony Roper, legendary writer of much loved play ‘The Steamie’ visited a real life laundrette which is being launched thanks to the Provanmill Self-Reliant Group (SRG) set up through the Passage from India project.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland the Right Rev Lorna Hood has expressed her support for climate justice in the wake of the Scottish Government announcing an extra £3 million to increase community resilience to the impacts of climate change.
The Church of Scotland HIV Programme is very excited at the prospect of a visit to Scotland by Maria Silo, the lady whose smiling face beams out from our poster.
A book about the wife of the legendary Scottish missionary, explorer and hero Doctor David Livingstone, is one of seven books shortlisted for the Scottish Book of the Year by the Saltire Society.
A former Moderator of the General Assembly of The Church of Scotland has publically thanked the BBC’s Panorama programme for exposing the inhumane working conditions endured by garment workers in Bangladesh.
Leading figures in the Church of Scotland met with Humza Yousaf MSP, Minister for External Affairs and International Development to discuss key issues affecting vulnerable communities around the globe.