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.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland the Right Rev Lorna Hood had a role in history when she attended the special commemorative service at London’s Westminster Abbey to mark the 60th Anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation.
The Church of Scotland has agreed to investigate the increasing costs of holding funerals.
The Church of Scotland issued an urgent call to tackle climate change.
The Church and Society Council called for a refreshed approach to human rights in a report from presented to the General Assembly.
Presenting the report was Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, Convener of the Church and Society Council.
The Church of Scotland has urged that people should not be evicted from their homes because of the new changes to benefit regulations, the so-called ‘bedroom tax’.
The Church has launched another stinging attack on corporate greed and tax dodging multi-national companies which exploit the poor and perpetrate myths about poverty.
An Elder was applauded for impassioned speech against 'deadly' tobacco.
Church leaders are planning open forums in church and community halls so that Scots can take part in a root and branch review of the kind of Scotland they want.
The Iona Community has continued its vital work in tackling poverty as it enters its 75th anniversary and the 1450th anniversary of Columba’s landing on the island.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has led the gathering in prayers for the victim of the alleged Woolwich terrorist attack.