The Moderator of the General Assembly shares his feelings ahead of attending a service of commemoration for the Afghanistan war at St Paul's with his son, a veteran of the conflict.
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Christians are afraid of sharing their beliefs with colleagues at work, a major study by the Equality and Human Rights Commission has found.
The new minister in South Harris says he is excited at the prospect of preaching in one of the remotest corners of Scotland, which includes the uninhabited St Kilda archipelago.
Church of Scotland backed charity which already helps dozens of women in Scotland's most deprived communities to start their own businesses is to double in size. The Glasgow based charity, WEvolution, is receiving £200,000 from ...
It's International Women's Day on Sunday. Read accounts from inspirational women about their remarkable life experiences.
A new report from a coalition of major UK Churches has revealed that around 6,500 children in Scotland were affected by benefit sanctions in 2013/14.
In Govan on Saturday the seeds were sown for a food justice movement in Scotland
Last night the Moderator of the General Assembly chaired a roundtable discussion on international religious freedom and human rights at the Scottish Parliament.
A fundraising drive for CrossReach and Christian Aid involving a Golf Day and Munro bagging is in the pipeline. Details here.