Church leaders applauded members of the Scottish Parliament for voting to end the Trident nuclear weapons programme, Tuesday 3 November.
The Moderator's visit to Dunfermline Presbytery concluded Sunday with a special Songs of Praise service in Dunfermline Abbey.
The Church of Scotland has urged MSPs to send out a strong message that renewing the UK's nuclear weapons system is "morally wrong".
Hundreds of people came to Cults Parish Church Thursday evening for a candlelight vigil to mourn the loss of Bailey Gwynne.
Sheena Orr is a woman on a mission. In her role as chaplain at HMP Edinburgh, the Rev Sheena Orr serves a community behind high walls and even higher security.
Neighbouring Cults Parish Church of Scotland will open on Thursday morning from 9 am and will hold a candlelit vigil at 8 pm on Thursday evening for all moved by the tragedy at Cults Academy. The church in North Deeside Road, just 300 yards from the school, was also a focus yesterday evening.
The Church of Scotland has named the founder of a homeless charity as the next Moderator of the General Assembly.
Rt Rev Dr Angus Morrison expresses sadness and shock at the tragic death of a teenager at Cults Academy, as the neighbouring Cults parish church opens its doors to the community.
A Church of Scotland manse has been converted into a temporary medical centre after a devastating fire destroyed a nearby GP surgery.
As well as viewing progress on the new Forth Road Bridge, the Moderator visited Babcock International where two new aircraft carriers are being built.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has presented a cheque for £1,200 to help support the operation of a food bank in Fife.
Dr Alison Elliot OBE, who was the first woman to become Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, was one of several distinguished experts to receive an honorary degree from the Open University.
Rt Rev Dr Angus Morrison will visit schools, businesses and a food bank as well as celebrating 1st Tulliallan Boys Brigade's 75th and Cowdenbeath's 125th.
Church has urged the UK government to undertake a full review of benefits sanctions
The Church of Scotland has raised significant concerns about proposals to change the law on organ donation which would mean people would automatically be donors unless they stated otherwise.
Our good financial decisions can help other people and our communities.
The Shed houses youth and community progams run by Martins Memorial Church in Stornoway.
Learn: Exploring Faith has sold more than 330 copies pre-publication.
TV and radio presenter Adrian Chiles spoke at the Church Media Network conference in London telling churches they can reconnect with people who have lost their faith.
The moderator also had time for a stroll with Ginger the Gaelic hearing dog and a lifeboat rescue demonstration.