Rev Sally Fulton, from the United States of America, and Vice-Convener of the Kirk's Church and Society Council, shares her Thanksgiving message with us all today.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has urged the Scottish Government to consider investing in visitor centres at each of the country's jails.
In what is believed to be a first for Britain, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland will share worship with leaders of the Jewish and Muslim communities at a mosque.
Scottish Inter Faith Week will take place from 27th November - 4th December
World Church leaders have met in Edinburgh to discuss plans to rid the world of nuclear weapons.
Today, Armistice Day, is the 11th day of the 11th month 2011 and millions of people from across the UK are expected to observe a two-minute silence. See the reflection from Right Reverend David Arnott, The Moderator of the General Assembly...
Young Scots have the chance to “go for gold” this year with the Church of Scotland as the Kirk launches a new schools prize competition to coincide with the London 2012 Olympics.
The Moderator’s thoughts post his recent trip to Assisi.
The Church of Scotland has reaffirmed its absolute commitment to challenging sectarianism in Scottish communities both locally and nationally.
The Church of Scotland's Moderator the Right Reverend David Arnott joined some 300 religious leaders representing a rainbow of faiths to the hilltop town of Assisi to commemorate the 25th anniversary on Thursday of a daylong prayer for peace by Pope John Paul II.
The Church of Scotland in partnership with Eco-Congregation Scotland is hosting a conference on solar power to help congregations become beacons of environmental sustainability.
The founder of an international interdenominational charity that helps street children has been chosen to be the next Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
An opinion piece from the Moderator of the General Assembly of The Church of Scotland, Right Reverend David Arnott on a Chance to Thrive.
The Church of Scotland has launched a radical partnership regeneration programme in some of the country’s poorest areas.
The largest Church of Scotland congregation in Aberdeen is set to see their church being transformed, with a community extension and revamp of existing halls planned.
Pray it forward is a new resource from the Mission and Discipleship Council that aims to help individuals and congregations find ways of talking to and about God.
Scotland's largest voluntary social care organisation has announced a five-year joint study with Strathclyde University into the effectiveness of residential schools for vulnerable youngsters.
A former university lecturer will be ordained tomorrow (Friday) as the first of the Church of Scotland’s new pioneering type of ministers.
Pray Now is a popular annual collection of modern prayers for all, whatever their denomination - by individuals, prayer groups and leaders of worship. It offers a place to start when you feel you have no words of your own.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland will meet children and staff at Colinton Primary School on Friday, 30 September 2011.