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A group of people have been honoured for collectively giving more than 1,500 years "selfless and unstinting" service to the Church of Scotland in Aberdeen.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed a new action plan to ensure teachers, NHS staff and social workers are better equipped to spot the signs of girls and women at risk of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).
It is every aging rocker's dream come true. A church minister, a computer programmer, a property valuer and a mortgage advisor are enjoying newfound fame after a Christian rock album they made as young rockers has become a collector's item - and has been re-released.
Four major UK Churches have called on governments to provide substantial new funding to alleviate the suffering of the people of Syria including refugees in the neighbouring countries of Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed a decision to allow a sixth denomination to join the Churches Mutual Credit Union which aims to show banks and pay day lenders a fairer approach to finance.
Hannah Mary visited churches in some of Glasgow's most challenged communities
On his visit to Egypt the Moderator of the General Assembly learned how church outreach projects are making a positive difference in tackling the most difficult challenges.
Vital work supported by the Church of Scotland to help combat the scourge of Leprosy in Africa has been highlighted in the Scottish Parliament.
A landmark Report which proposes that the Church of Scotland and the Church of England enter into an historic ecumenical partnership agreement has been published today.
A Church of Scotland member has been named Dundee's Citizen of the Year 2016.
A Church in Skye has released a new CD of Gaelic hymns as part of moves to revive Gaelic worship in the Kirk.
A Royal chapel considered to be one of Scotland's architectural jewels is set to be re-opened to the public on a regular basis.
The Church of Scotland has made two senior staff appointments. Ms Mary Macleod has been named as the new Solicitor of the Church and Law Agent of the General Assembly. Mrs Anne Macintosh has been appointed as the new General Treasurer.
Refugees in Cairo issued a plea for the UK to take in more people seeking asylum telling the Moderator that thousands of people feel trapped and hopeless.
Life in an Orkney island parish has given a former hospital doctor and political campaigner the "most fulfilling" role he has ever had.
A married couple were ordained as Church of Scotland ministers at the same "beautiful and moving" service.
A woman has appeared in court charged with the murder of Fife pensioner Mary Logie.
A "spectacular" display of thousands of ceramic poppies is to be installed at Orkney's iconic Magnus Cathedral to mark the centenary of a legendary sea battle.
Minister asks MSPs if they walk in the gutter or in the pavement in Scottish Parliament address.