A new report from a coalition of major UK Churches has revealed that around 6,500 children in Scotland were affected by benefit sanctions in 2013/14.
News and press releases
In Govan on Saturday the seeds were sown for a food justice movement in Scotland
Last night the Moderator of the General Assembly chaired a roundtable discussion on international religious freedom and human rights at the Scottish Parliament.
A fundraising drive for CrossReach and Christian Aid involving a Golf Day and Munro bagging is in the pipeline. Details here.
Read the Moderator of the General Assembly's Time for Reflection given to MSPs at the Scottish Parliament this afternoon.
St John's Church in Hamilton is hosting a fundraising concert in aid of the Church of Scotland's HIV Programme on Friday, March 6.
The terrorist attacks in Libya and Denmark at the weekend have been condemned by the Convenor of the Church & Society Council, Rev Sally Foster-Fulton.
A former Moderator of the General Assembly today leads a delegation from Scotland to Bosnia on behalf of the British charity 'Remembering Srebrenica'.
A new credit union has been formed by the Church of Scotland, and other denominations, which aims to show banks and pay day lenders a fairer approach to finance.
A national campaign, 'For the Love of ' which recognises that everyone loves something that is threatened by climate change, launches on St Valentine's Day this year.