The Moderator of the General Assembly of The Church of Scotland the Right Reverend Albert Bogle has appealed for the return of items of jewellery which were in a bag that went missing from Edinburgh Airport.
The April edition of Life and Work, the magazine of the Church of Scotland, is on sale now.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev Albert Bogle, will attend the official enthronement of the new Archbishop of Canterbury today.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed today’s announcement of the date of the referendum on the future of Scotland as 18 September 2014.
The Church of Scotland has submitted its response to the Scottish Government consultation on the Marriage and Civil Partnership (Scotland) Bill, and has re-iterated its views on same sex marriage.
We remember with gratitude the life and witness of David Livingstone who campaigned vigorously against the slave trade during his life time.
Today, Rt Rev Albert Bogle, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, will participate in a service of thanksgiving for the life of David Livingstone at Westminster Abbey, to mark the 200th anniversary of his birth.
Government must acknowledge the hardship faced by the 13 million people living in poverty.
Welcoming the news of the election of the new Pope, the Rt Rev Albert Bogle, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland said: "We in the Church of Scotland extend to our friends in the Roman Catholic Church our best wishes on hearing the news of the election of Pope Francis I.
The Church of Scotland has today welcomed the findings of the Office of Fair Trading’s compliance review into payday lenders and the consequent proposal to refer the sector to the Competition Commission.
13 million people – including 3.6 million children – live in poverty in the UK today. A major new report shows how evidence and statistics have been misused, misrepresented and manipulated to create myths that blame and stigmatise the most vulnerable in society.
A recent visit to Germany has provided food for thought for the Church of Scotland’s Climate Change Officer, Adrian Shaw. Not least, the concept of a ‘winter’ church.
The UK Government’s new Energy Bill must prioritise low carbon power, say five of Britain’s major Churches, including the Church of Scotland.
Rev Dr Robin Hill, Convener of the Church of Scotland HIV Programme and minister of Gladsmuir linked with Longniddry in East Lothian, reflects on a decade of work.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the Right Reverend Albert Bogle, and his two immediate predecessors paid tribute to Pope Benedict XVI following news of the Pontiff’s resignation today.
It is coming up to the end of the World Mission’s “Year of China” and it has been quite a year since we began our year at the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland last May with its theme, “Love Never Ends.”
Religious persecution in countries across the world has been condemned by Scotland’s Minister for External Affairs and International Development, Humza Yousaf, at a meeting of the Church of Scotland’s World Mission Council held yesterday in Blantyre.
Rev. Sally Foster-Fulton, Convener of the Church of Scotland’s Church and Society Council has called on MSPs to reconsider the funding cuts to Scotland colleges, as today MSPs voted on John Swinney’s plans for the Scottish Government’s £28.4bn budget for 2013-14.
The Moderator of the Church of Scotland is looking forward to exploring new approaches to economics with the Church of England after a meeting with the Archbishop of Canterbury yesterday.
Scotland’s biggest ever campaign on global hunger was launched last week by a coalition of leading Scottish international development charities and faith groups, with support from high profile Scots.