A Church of Scotland minister will make history today when he becomes the first to officially open a festival that celebrates LGBT rights.
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Two Church of Scotland ministers will feature in a new BBC documentary that follows prison chaplains as they give spiritual guidance and religious support to offenders in Edinburgh prison.
The Church of Scotland and 19 other church leaders from across the UK have urged the Home Secretary to put an end to the hostile environment.
A new animated video has been released by the Church of Scotland’s Go For It team, making the process of applying for grants clear and accessible.
A teenage asylum seeker has excelled in his exams despite fearing deportation to Pakistan.
Govan & Linthouse Parish are excited to present ‘An Untold Story’, a public exhibition telling the story of Govan through the eyes of its congregation, schools and wider community.
An historic church in East Ayrshire will celebrate its 375th anniversary with a service attended by the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.Fenwick Parish Church, which is well-known for its association ...
A Highland church minister took an HIV test to highlight the need to overcome stigma as a barrier to saving lives.
A former Moderator and his band will give a make a rare appearance during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to highlight the work of the Vine Trust, a charity which provides healthcare, homes and support for ...
A former police officer has traded life on the beat for the chance to lead a Renfrewshire Kirk congregation.Rev Gary Noonan, 36, was ordained and inducted into ministry at Houston and Killellan Kirk last week. ...