News and events
24 October, 2016
A world leading interfaith initiative aimed at creating a practical ethical financial solution will move a step closer on Monday 24 October at a private round table to be held in the House of Lords in London.
22 October, 2016
We all want to do the best we can to make the world a better place and Good Money Week is an ideal opportunity to learn how our financial decisions can help us do just that. This year Good Money Week will run from 30 October -5 November and to get us started John David, head of Rathbone Greenbank Investments, offers us five reasons why ethics should come first when we spend or invest.
21 October, 2016
Golfers at one of the world’s most prestigious courses are getting spiritual advice as they play from Dornoch minister Rev Susan Brown.
20 October, 2016
The Church of Scotland has urged the Syrian and Russian governments and other forces to stop their bombardment of Aleppo.
20 October, 2016
The On the Road roadshow will visit Inverness next Thursday (Oct 27), to give people with a connection to the Church of Scotland an opportunity to help shape its future direction.
18 October, 2016
Learn: Tomorrow’s Calling is the latest resource in this popular series and is aimed at anyone exploring their vocation. “Discerning a call to ministry” will be especially helpful for people considering whether ministry is right for them, but it will also be useful for anyone thinking of eldership or taking on a role in their church.
17 October, 2016
An Arbroath minister, a military chaplain and two church members have scaled the cliffs of Buachaille Etive Mhor in Glencoe to draw attention to the start of a new Alpha course, which looks at faith from a beginners viewpoint.
15 October, 2016
The power of music to reach people with dementia, will be the subject of the 2016 Donald Gorrie lecture, ‘Remember who I am’.
14 October, 2016
An inspirational 80-year-old Church of Scotland minister has taken up a new job - his 12th since he officially retired in 2002.
13 October 2016
The UK Government’s negotiating position on Brexit must be subject to a vote in the House of Commons, a Church of Scotland minister has said.