The Church of Scotland has renewed its call for no-one to be evicted from their home as a result of councils reporting record rent arrears due to so-called ‘bedroom tax’.
Rev Gordon Craig, a Church of Scotland minister who is Chaplain to the Oil and Gas industry is taking centre stage this weekend at the 25th anniversary commemorations of the Piper Alpha disaster.
Former Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the Very Rev Dr David Lacy, has been appointed by the Queen as a Deputy Lord Lieutenant of Ayrshire and Arran.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of The Church of Scotland, Right Reverend Lorna Hood was one of 12 presenters at the Duke of Edinburgh Awards.
The Moderator, Right Reverend Lorna Hood attended the Royal Salute at Edinburgh Castle marking the arrival of HM The Queen in Edinburgh.
The Church of Scotland has called for freedom of religious belief and practice to be respected after the Scottish Government today, Thursday 27 June, published its long awaited bill which will legalise same sex marriages.
The Church of Scotland is part of the IF Campaign.
The July issue of Life and Work contains an interesting, unusual and exciting mix of articles including a profile of a mentor to John Knox and a new kind of ‘apprentice.’
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the Right Rev Lorna Hood has backed the work of the Royal Scottish Agricultural Benevolent Institution.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the Right Rev Lorna Hood has asked people to consider being smarter shoppers to reduce food waste and support local agriculture.
The Right Reverend Lorna Hood, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, marked 125 years of deacons being beacons of hope to some of Scotland’s poorest and most deprived communities.
World music hero Rise Kagona of the Bhundu Boys is celebrating Refugee Week at the Scottish Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh and says we are all refugees.
Can you see the brilliance in brokenness? Too often we only hear stories of brokenness and forget to listen for the stories of hope, sacrifice, faith and love.
This week G8 leaders are meeting in Northern Ireland. The Church of Scotland is part of the IF Campaign and we ask you to pray that the decisions are made to make this year the beginning of the end of hunger.
The Church of Scotland has warmly welcomed a Glasgow City Council initiative to promote credit unions and to make sure people avoid using legal but hugely expensive pay day loan companies.
The Church has defended people caught in the poverty trap and who rely on benefits to live against the lies that are told about them.
At its General Assembly in May, the Church of Scotland voted to uphold its historic doctrine on same sex relationships but to also consider a policy of permitting individual congregations to choose ministers in same sex relationships. Following the decision a number of individuals have indicated they might wish to leave the Church of Scotland.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland said she was ‘deeply humbled and moved’ as she attended a celebratory service at the cradle of Christianity in Scotland.
The Church of Scotland’s innovative and exciting ‘Go For It’ fund has just given out another half a million pounds in grants.