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24 May, 2016
The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has voted not to invest in companies whose major business depends on the extraction and saleof the most unclean energy sources.
The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland hasoverwhelmingly backed the case for remaining in the European Union.
The Scottish Government is being urged to alter existing law to ensure that it is neveracceptable to beat a child.
The General Assembly has voted to support the Church and Society's Speak Out strategy that will guide the Council's work for the next 5-10 years. You can follow the work on the new Speak Out pages on the church website.
The Moderator preached at St Giles on Sunday morning and attended the Heart and Soul festival in Princes Street Gardens in the afternoon. Here is his full sermon.
23 May, 2016
Socialcare provider CrossReach has been instructed to work with Church of Scotlandtrustees in a bid to secure funding to enable it to pay all of its staff theScottish Living Wage.
The Church of Scotland Guild has created its own specialtartan - a striking design that reflects its three year strategy motto "bebold, be strong".
21 May, 2016
Regional roadshows are to be held across Scotland to give
congregations the opportunity to voice their opinions about the future
direction of the Church of Scotland.
The historic decision by the Church of Scotland to recognise
Ministers and Deacons in same-sex civil partnerships has been extended to cover
20 May 2016
The Archbishop of Canterbury is set to make history when he
becomes the first head of the Church of England to take part in a debate at the
Church of Scotland's General Assembly which opens in Edinburgh tomorrow.