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Why our Church needs to be on social media

3 October, 2016

In this article first published in Life and Work magazine, the Church of Scotland’s Communications Manager, Rob Flett, explains why the Church is using social media and how congregations and Presbyteries can cultivate their own followers. ...

Kirk's newest minister finds a haven in Orkney

3 October, 2016

Reverend John Butterfield may be the newest minister in the Church of Scotland, but he brings with him over twenty years of experience gained serving in the Methodist Church. John recently transferred into the Kirk, and was inducted into the ...

Video asks How do we serve our isolated communities?

27 September, 2016

Our latest Take a Pew video sees our pews set amidst the stunning backdrop of Glencoe to host a discussion on how the Church can best serve Scotland's isolated communities, wherever they exist. ...

Church of Scotland responds to Scottish Household Survey

27 September, 2016

The Scottish Household Survey found that 49.8 of adults say they are not religious and fewer people are claiming an affiliation with the Church of Scotland. Rev Richard Frazer, Church of Scotland minister at Greyfriars in Edinburgh and Convener of ...