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Kirk call for honesty on Trident spending

Concern that money being spent before decision made on Trident's future.

Senior Rabbi marks Holocaust Memorial Day at Church of Scotland offices

Rabbi Awraham Soetendorp pays tribute to those who lost their lives.

Kirk minister on Total Wipeout

Perth minister says TV show was a great experience.

Seminar will help promote Christian-Muslim relations

Event at Church's offices brings an opportunity to understand more about religious relations in Scotland.

Justice Secretary calls for more prison visitor centres

Kenny MacAskill MSP heaps praise on the CrossReach-run Perth Prison Visitors Centre.

Life and Work: Addiction - the Church's role

This month's issue looks at the work by the Church in supporting and understanding addiction.

"Flying Dutchman" announced as new UK Oil and Gas Industry Chaplain

Dutch Church of Scotland minister, Reverend Martin Grashoff, appointed to prominent chaplaincy post.

St Andrew Press and Hymns Ancient and Modern

Church of Scotland signs agreement for the outsourcing of the Church's book publishing imprint.

Justice Secretary to visit Perth Prison Visitor Centre

CrossReach's centre receives praise from Chief Inspector of Prisons

Scottish Government paper has no idea about child poverty claim

Disappointment that paper does not include strategic priorities or actions with long and short-term targets.

Church calls for the continued protection from research for human embryos

Minister urges caution in proposed changes to the regulation of medical research

'Min in Black' on Christmas rescue mission

Two clergyman are trying to bring the real meaning of Christmas to shoppers.

Carstairs set for Christmas camel procession

Village turns into a nativity scene, complete with camels and a donkey.

Christmas scenes on show for charity

Craigmillar Park Church's annual exhibition for Tearfund.

Her Majesty 'desperately seeking Susan' with new appointment

Reverend Susan Brown appointed as Queen's chaplain.

400 years of the King James Bible

The new look Life and Work for January 2011 celebrates the 400th anniversary.

A new song of hope and love this Christmas

The Moderator's 2010 Christmas message.

Long-serving Inverness Beadle retires after 55 service

Dick Douglas stands down from Ness Bank Church at the end of November.

East Lothian lass is next Kirk Youth Moderator

Amanda Philip is appointed as Moderator of the National Youth Assembly.