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26 January, 2015
The Church of Scotland is welcoming the Scottish Government's decision to think again about the proposed new women's prison at Inverclyde.
23 January, 2015
The Convener of the Church of Scotland Guild, Kay Keith, reflects on her moving visit to Nigeria where she took part in celeberations marking the 100th anniversary of the death of legendary missionary Mary Mitchell Slessor.
22 January, 2015
Church of Scotland presence in a Perthshire village is set to be strengthened after approval for a major new church facility was given.
20 January, 2015
3000 people drowned in the Mediterranean in 2014. Recently two drifting ships carrying hundreds of refugees off Italy made the news, but most people are unaware of this tragedy on Europe's doorstep.
19 January, 2015
The Moderator of the General Assembly reflects on the first two days of his tour of Nigeria and South Sudan.
17 January, 2015
The Moderator of the General Assembly embarks on a 10 day tour of Nigeria and South Sudan today.
13 January, 2015
Going to see family and friends in prison can be a daunting task but a unique idea driven by Church of Scotland support workers at HMP Polmont Young Offenders Institution using a bus as a family and visitors' centre aims to make it easier.
10 January, 2015
CrossReach has welcomed a £2,000 grant from the STV Appeal to be used by its Perth Prison Visitors Centre run by its Children and Family Services. Donations are vital to ensuring CrossReach can continue its work.
9 January, 2015
The leaders of 'Our Voices' - a new faith led campaign on climate change - have come together to meet for the first time this weekend in Scotland.
9 January 2015
Prayers will be said at the Scots Kirk in Paris this weekend for those murdered in the attacks in the city, their families, and others left injured and frightened by the atrocity and the ongoing events