A neglected manse garden in Inverbervie has been transformed thanks to church volunteers who set up a community project to improve the area.
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The Moderator of the General Assembly has expressed his heartfelt sympathy for the victims of the terror attack in Tunisia, which include Church of Scotland members.
An Edinburgh congregation has become the first to go through the new vacancy process since changes agreed at last month's General Assembly.
A prayer team from South Korea has landed in Stornoway on a mission to help bring continued success for Scotland's national church.
Last May St Catherine's Argyle in Edinburgh experienced the painful event of a congregational split over the ordination of gay ministers. One year on, its locum minister, Rev Jane Howitt, describes how the church has ...
This Sunday's annual service of worship at the Royal Highland Show can be viewed online from 10am.
Read why Barack Obama could be enjoying a cuppa made with tea grown by a Church of Scotland minister.
Improving how congregations nurture those with learning disabilities was the focus of a Church of Scotland conference in Dundee last weekend. Read why the Moderator described it as one of the highlights of his moderatorial ...
An insightful publication on eldership within the Kirk has become one of the most sought after Christian reads in Scotland.
The Church of Scotland has joined other churches throughout the country to welcome today's amendments to the Human Trafficking and Exploitation (Scotland) Bill which would make it an offence to pay for sexual services. ...