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Remembrance Day message

9 November, 2012

Remembrance Day message by the Right Reverend Albert Bogle, Moderator of the General Assembly of The Church of Scotland.

Ethics and policy making in a changing Scotland

7 November, 2012

The Rt Hon Alex Salmond MSP, First Minister of Scotland, delivered one of two keynote addresses at a conference being hosted by the Church of Scotland today in the City Chambers, Edinburgh.

Moderator challenges Prime Minister to eradicate slavery

2 November, 2012

The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the Right Rev. Albert Bogle, has written to the Prime Minister, David Cameron, challenging him to address the tyranny of modern day slavery. ...

Queen’s Chaplain to be next Moderator

30 October, 2012

Reverend Lorna Hood, a Queen’s Chaplain originally from Kilmarnock has been nominated to be the next Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.

A gathering for Syria

25 October, 2012

The Church of Scotland is hosting a ‘Gathering for Syria’, a national event for Scotland to express solidarity with the people of Syria and to share hope for peace and reconciliation. It will be held ...

Come all you faithful

25 October, 2012

Come all you faithful is an Advent resource and invitation to journey during this season of Advent, with the Christian community in the occupied Palestinian territories (OPT) and Israel. They have offered to the churches ...

Statement regarding St George's Tron

18 October, 2012

There have been a number of factual inaccuracies in some of the reports concerning the situation at St George’s Tron, and the Church of Scotland would therefore wish to clarify several points. ...

Moderator marks Anti-Slavery Day

18 October, 2012

To be silent on human trafficking is to be unfaithful to our calling the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland warned today, Anti-Slavery Day.

The independence debate begins

17 October, 2012

In the wake of the Edinburgh Agreement of 15 October 2012, Sally Foster-Fulton, Convener of the Church of Scotland’s Church and Society Committee reflects on the way forward.