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16 September, 2016
Rt Rev Dr Russell Barr and Shelter Director Graeme Brown met up this week to discuss Shelter’s new campaign ‘Far From Fixed’ and what can be done to end homelessness in Scotland.
The congregation at Maryhill Parish Church created the directory 15 years ago to highlight the wide range of the activiites on offer for local residents.
14 September, 2016
Around one hundred people have taken part in the first On The Road roadshow in Glasgow to help plan the future of the Church to 2020 and beyond. Booking now for the other roadshows now happening across the country.
Fresh new light has been cast on the extraordinary story of a Kirk missionary who is the only Scot to be officially honoured for giving her life to help protect Jewish schoolgirls in the Holocaust.
13 September, 2016
The Scottish Government is under fresh pressure to tackle the scourge of funeral poverty.
12 September, 2016
The Church of Scotland has responded to reports that there may be a legal challenge to the rules governing religious observance in schools.
9 September, 2016
Christians and Muslims are attending a memorial service in Glasgow this Sunday to mark the 15th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States.
A young Church leader is urging men to start talking about their emotions and the difficulties they face instead of “sweeping everything under the carpet.”
The Moderator is encouraging church members to learn more about how to prevent suicide and how to support family members and friends who are going through a mental health crisis.
8 September 2016
A new Church of Scotland movement is examining exciting ways of spreading the Gospel in a changing landscape.