The poorest and most vulnerable in society must be at the forefront of decisions made by MSPs at Holyrood.
Church offers prayers for Christians in Pakistan fearing reprisals.
Easter is a Place for Hope, says Right Rev John Christie.
Poverty Truth Commission launches report challenging government.
Poverty Truth Commission calls on the Scottish Government to include people from the nation’s most deprived areas in shaping anti-poverty policy.
The Moderator-Designate to the Church of Scotland General Assembly 2011 outlines his priorities for the coming year.
Former Director of the Society Religion and Technology Project will talk at the Edinburgh International Science Festival about the impact of the web.
Largo and Newburn Parish Church and Largo St David’s will attempt to read all 66 Books in seven days.
Cairngorm Mountain Rescue Centre is one of the places the Moderator will see on a visit to Abernethy showing the importance that the Church of Scotland attaches to all areas of life.
Call to all political parties to make their manifestos available to everyone.
Senior Church minister calls on Coalition to be serious about challenging child poverty.
The Moderator joins senior Church leaders in saying completing the census will enable churches to better help future congregations.
Media Calling Notice: Launch of the Churches Vote initiative, Tuesday 22 March
The April edition of Life and Work, the Church of Scotland magazine is now out, and looks at the meaning of the Resurrection
One of CrossReach’s services for people with learning disabilities is being presented with the prestigious Customer Service Excellence Award.
New money to help improve the lives of Scotland's most vulnerable children is welcomed.
Church convener says it is up to everyone to speak up on behalf of those whose voicees have been silenced.
The Church's Society, Religion and Technology Project sponsors play about Sir Isaac Newton.
Church of Scotland condemns murder of Shahbaz Bhatti and calls for Pakistan Government to increase protection of Christians
THE Church of Scotland has today hit back at the leader of Aberdeen City Council after a stinging attack on the church claiming it deserved an ASBO for being a “bad neighbour” to the local authority.