Bo'ness St Andrew's Church screens its Sunday service live on to iPad.
Minister Adam Ingram looks forward to meeting staff and young people at CrossReach's Ballikinrain School.
Almost 300 youngsters are due to graduate from a Glasgow charity scheme on community and citizenship skills.
Churches, bankers and academics are amongst those involved in conferences in June marking 200 years of the savings bank movement.
The new Moderator, Right Rev John Christie, speaks out as the Ministry of Defence considers review.
Young people from poor areas in Scotland fly to South Africa to participate in the World Cup of Friendship thanks to a Church initiative.
In the June issue, reflections on the impact of the World Missionary Conference in 1910 and looking ahead to the 2010 conference.
Faith in Older People Project aims to increase awarenness about the spiritual welfare of senior citizens.
Conference in June will mark the 100th anniversary of the World Mission Conference held in Edinburgh.
CrossReach staff set out to raise funds for postnatal depression service.
The Moderator attends presentation to return records dating from 17th century.
Edinburgh Christian Aid's booksale this year will mark the birth of JM Barrie, and the anniversary of the Reformation.
Delegates from over 60 countries will attend the Edinburgh 2010 conference in June.
Scotland's Poverty Truth Commission claims people are being denied basic services because of where they stay.
The May issue of Life and Work includes an interview with Rev John Christie, the Moderator-Designate for the General Assembly in May, plus 40 years of the SRT.
THE church needs to learn to listen more as well as talking when it comes to supporting people considering suicide a senior Kirk minister has claimed.
BOSSES from CrossReach the Social Care Council of the Church of Scotland met with residents, relatives and staff last night to discuss a proposed scheme to refurbish one of its care homes after planning permission for a new building was refused by Aberdeenshire Council.
DAYS before one of the biggest celebrations in the Christian calendar, Scotland's church leaders have launched an Easter message with a significant challenge to all political parties on the issue of Trident.
A CHURCH of Scotland convener today voiced his concern about the practice of auctioning and selling human eggs for IVF treatment.
An ecumenical conference held in Edinburgh yesterday 18 March 2010 focused on the importance of ethical and socially responsible banking and investment for the churches and the wider community.