The Church has welcomed news that more pupils have taken Standard Grade and Higher exams in religious subjects.
Representatives of The Church of Scotland Guild are due to travel to the Republic of Malawi on Monday in the hope of exploring partnerships with the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian.
An East Lothian man who has battled back from serious mental health issues has reached an important milestone in his 1000 mile walk around Scotland.
Teamwork is the key to CrossReach achieving its goals says new Convener of the Social Care Council Dr Sally Bonnar.
The Church has said it is disappointed at the court ruling in favour of the Government’s so called bedroom tax.
Right Rev Lorna Hood, who once claimed she was “the loneliest person on the internet” with only one Facebook friend has tweeted her first official tweet as Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland today.
Rev Sandy Fraser, Convener of the Education Committee believes that there is a place for God in the classroom.
The Moderator of the General Assembly, Right Reverend Lorna Hood had a meet and greet meeting with Margaret Curran, Shadow Secretary of State for Scotland.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Right Reverend Lorna Hood, has welcomed Monsignor Leo Cushley as Archbishop-elect of St Andrews and Edinburgh.
The Church is adding its support to the Jewish community who in turn have spoken out in support of the Muslim community in the wake of increased attacks.
The Church has expressed a wish for the new royal baby to be brought to Scotland as early as possible so that Scots may offer the warmest of welcomes and share in the joy of the new parents.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland the Right Reverend Lorna Hood congratulates their Royal Highnesses the Earl and Countess of Strathearn as the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are known when in Scotland after the happy news announced.
The Church has criticised the announcement that the UK Government is to introduce tax breaks for the controversial gas-extraction method known as fracking, saying it is a ‘sad day for climate justice.’
The Church is backing a three-pronged attack on the Trident nuclear missile programme.
Today is Nelson Mandela Day and his 95th birthday which he is spending in hospital. We pray he is making a steady recovery.
A Church of Scotland Convener has been elected on to the Governing Board of an important European religious organisation.
Features on the large number of churchless Christians and the work of hospital chaplains are two of the features of the August edition of Life and Work.
The Church of Scotland’s view that nuclear weapons are inherently evil has today been reiterated by Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, Convener of the Church of Scotland’s Church and Society Council.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the Right Reverend Lorna Hood, has written to Lord Bonomy thanking him for his work chairing a Scottish Government independent commission into the cremation of babies across Scotland, and vowed the Church will do anything it can to help those affected come to terms with what has happened.
The Department for Work and Pensions benefits cap policy, rolled out across the country from today, is ill-conceived and unworkable and will not tackle the underlying problems which affect the lives of those who are out of work, a Church of Scotland minister has claimed.