The Moderator of the Church of Scotland is asking Scots to join him in helping feed Syrian refugee families this Christmas season through the 'A Place at the Table' campaign.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed an announcement that an extra £12 million will be invested to help reduce the impact of climate change on the world's poorest communities.
The Safeguarding Service has registered more than 28,000 people with the government's Protection of Vulnerable Groups scheme
Volunteers brought hot drinks to some of the 600 people who braved the wind and rain to queue outside the event for up to one and a half hours.
The Moderator, Rt Rev Angus Morrison, and Rev Sally Foster-Fulton are urging people to pray for peace following the House of Commons decision to launch airstrikes in Syria.
The Church of Scotland has warned that launching air strikes on Syria will make things worse for people in that country, not better.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon gave the Eco Congregation climate justice baton a send-off ahead of its journey to the Paris climate justice summit.
Throughout Advent, each day will see a new video message from a Church of Scotland minister reflecting on the meaning and spirituality of Christmas. You can view the video by clicking on the calendar window for that day.
The first window in the online Advent calendar reveals a special message from Rt Rev Angus Morrison.
A new organisation has been set up to try and turn an historic church in the Highlands with links with the Irish missionary who brought Christianity to Scotland into a major tourist attraction.
The Church of Scotland is welcoming its largest number of trainee ministers in five years as it launches a new careers website, www.tomorrowscalling.org. Hundreds of parish ministers will reach retirement age in the next decade.
The Guild's annual event brings together 750 people and fills Dunfermline Abbey.
A residential care home for people living with dementia in Aberdeenshire run by the Church of Scotland's social care arm CrossReach has scooped a top accolade.
If you live in Malawi, climate change is not a theory; it's the new reality, says Carol Finlay of the World Mission Council.
Church of Scotland HIV Programme co-ordinator Marjorie Clark will embark on a 24-hour sponsored fast to mark World AIDS Day
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The Moderator put peacemaking at the centre of his sermon for the Parliamentary service 25 November in the Chapel of St Mary, Undercroft.
Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, convener of the Church and Society Council, said: "As Christians we are called to follow Jesus, the Prince of Peace."
The Guild associate secretary Eilidh Marks says: "The Guild cares about climate change. Will you care with us?"
Rev Dr Laurence Whitley was recognised for his outstanding contribution to Glasgow as minister of Glasgow Cathedral.