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23 June, 2016
Time is running out to register attendance at this year’s National Youth Assembly, with applications from young peple aged between 17 and 25 due to be in by 18 July. The four day gathering in Stirlingshire starts on Friday 19 August.
Alison Phipps, a professor of languages and intercultural studies at Glasgow University, said the European Convention of Human Rights offered “extraordinary protection” to people fleeing war and persecution.
17 June, 2016
Kirk leaders sign joint statement calling for solidarity with refugees as mark of common humanity
Hear how the church needs to respond to our changing society in our second Take a Pew video discussion, which is available to watch now
16 June, 2016
The Church of Scotland is seeking recommendations of suitable people for the role of next year's Moderator of the General Assembly.
Moderator of the General Assembly the Right Rev Dr Russell Barr visits children at Ballantrae Primary School in Ayrshire who won a special award for a project on the Holocaust.
The European Union has enabled people to live in an unprecedented period of peace and walking away would be a "denial" of Britain's global humanitarian and moral values, a leading churchman has said.
15 June, 2016
One of the best preserved Romanesque parish churches in Scotland has been given a major funding boost to help pay for an ambitious renovation project.
A Church employee who used to work for British Home Stores said she launched a campaign to "achieve justice" for staff and pensioners because "someone has to stick up for them".
14 June 2016
The founder of a youth cafe who has been involved with the Church of Scotland all her life has been made an MBE.