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8 February, 2017
Controversial proposals to shut down half of all job centres in Glasgow have been branded a “disgrace”.
A former Moderator has visited a Cumbernauld mosque to show support after the mosque was sprayed with racist graffiti.
7 February, 2017
A former complementary therapist will soon be playing a major leadership role at a church where she once attended as a child.
6 February, 2017
A police investigation is underway after an historic village church in Perthshire was broken into and extensively vandalised.
A new film is being launched today to highlight a strong desire among churches and communities to "do politics differently".
4 February, 2017
A former Moderator has officially become the Church of Scotland’s first ever digital minister.
2 February, 2017
Rev Dr Doug Gay’s first in a series of lectures at St Giles’ Cathedral on the state of Scotland’s national church was watched by a global online audience.
The Scottish Government is being urged to use new powers to chart a different course from the rest of the UK and help lift 30,000 children out of poverty.
Youth Moderator Andrew MacPherson spent a day visiting Go For It projects across Glasgow, taking in an innovative arts programme, a youth empowerment scheme, and a group supporting people with mental health and addiction problems.
1 February 2017
The Kirk must widen its reach, deepen its commitment and become more flexible in its approach if it is to meet the needs of 21st Century Scotland, a major listening exercise has confirmed.