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Moderator to address Lochaber Guild members

The Moderator will address over 300 people in Fort William at the Church of Scotland Guild's annual regional meeting.

Kirk selects Moderator-Designate

Rev David Arnott is nominated to be Moderator of the General Assembly for 2011.

Reformation conference helps us to put our differences aside

Ecumenical event organised by the Church of Scotland and Roman Catholic Church of Scotland creates momentum to continue working together on issues of common interest.

Life and Work Remembrance Special

This month, a focus on those who have given their lives at sea.

Multi-million pound care home nominated for top design award

Rubislaw Park House is a finalist in the "Care Home Design" category.

CrossReach finalists named in Scottish Care Awards

Staff and services are named in three categories of forthcoming awards.

Long-serving minister passes away

Tributes are paid to Rev Andrew Scobie, minister of Cardross Parish Church.

Christian Aid Scotland and Church of Scotland launch joint tax report

Report will raise awareness of the billions lost to developing countries from tax evasion and avoidance.

Nominations for Moderator Designate

The names of the nominees for the Office of Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland for 2011 are announced.

Chaplain who brought solace and comfort to the families of the North Sea Helicopter crash has died

Reverend Andrew Jolly, chaplain to the UK's Oil and Gas Industry has died.

Minister's disappointment as drinks bill goes bottoms-up

Government's plans for a minimum price for alcohol are defeated.

Second Lewis lecture on Gaelic poetry

Church members organise lectures about the spirituality and life of distinguished Gaelic poets.

Kirk's ongoing mission to save the Earth from Climate Change

An initiative between the Church of Scotland and Church of Bangladesh is helping farmers affected by climate change.

Can the Concordat work for Faith Groups?

Delegates will discuss their views at a special conference.

Kirk convener comments on assisted suicide bill evidence

Convener responds to question about the church's position on the sanctity of life.

Moderator to preach at historic Reformation site

Visit to Presbytery of West Lothian will include Kirk of Calder, where first reformed celebration of Holy Communion took place.

Kirk makes a premium call for every child to succeed

Support for children's campaign to help young people in poverty do better at school.

Former Moderators' praise as HIV charity hits £1M milestone

Money raised by local churches all over Scotland has helped to provide a lifeline for people with HIV.

Moderator attends Racial Justice Sunday service

Scottish Churches Racial Justice Group to hold a service championing racial justice.