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28 June, 2016
The sacrifice of two Edinburgh battalions which were among the hardest hit at the start of the Battle of the Somme will be remembered at services at St Cuthbert's church in Edinburgh and in France this Friday.
27 June, 2016
A Church of Scotland official has successfully completed a gruelling 45-mile mountain peak challenge to raise money for people in disadvantaged communities.
A senior Kirk minister has welcomed an “historic” decision to elect the first African American to lead the Presbyterian Church of the United States of America.
24 June, 2016
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has released this specially written prayer in response to the EU referendum vote, which reflects on the uncertainty and conflicting emotions it has raised.
Moderator assures partner churches in Europe the Kirk will always stand with them
With love from Moray - powerful account of a week volunteering at refugee camp in Greece.
The Church of Scotland has spoken out consistently over the last 20 years in favour of our continued membership of the European Union – but it is the democratic decision of people living in the UK to leave and we must honour that.
23 June, 2016
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland the Right Rev Dr Russell Barr said higher charges paid by consumers there meant that some of the most vulnerable communities are hit hardest.
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.