News and press releases
6 June, 2016
Two recent cases of human trafficking—one in Cardiff and one in Appin in the West of Scotland—are examples of how modern slavery can exist unnoticed in our midst, says Professor Hazel Watson, Convener of the Scottish Churches Anti-Human Trafficking Group.
4 June, 2016
A Church employee who used to work for British Home Stores is leading a high profile campaign to "achieve justice" for staff and pensioners affected by the collapse of the company.
3 June, 2016
A Perthshire minister is planning to raise funds for a church and community hub by travelling around Scotland visiting landmarks and completing a series of physical challenges, bizarre tasks and random acts of kindness along the way.
2 June, 2016
Kirk minister reflects on loss of seamen in infamous sea battle at Holyrood
1 June, 2016
The Church of Scotland still has a "huge role" to play in the life of the nation, Ruth Davidson said today.
31 May, 2016
The skill and dedication of staff employed by the Church of Scotland's Social Care Council was recognised in Edinburgh today.
30 May, 2016
More than 1,000 people sung their hearts out for Malawi and raised over £3,600 which will ultimately help to boost the life chances of women in the country.
27 May, 2016
The highlights of the General Assembly 2016 are now available through a range of online resources.
26 May, 2016
During the General Assembly World Mission is hosting 40 overseas visitors from partner churches around the world. Four of the visitors spoke to us about some of the challenges they face in their home countries.
25 May 2016
The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has unanimously backed a landmark agreement to enter into an historic ecumenical partnership with the Church of England.