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15 December, 2014
The Church of Scotland played a leading role in organising a moving centenary tribute to the remarkable Christmas truce which broke out between British and German troops during WW1.
12 December, 2014
The Government of Pakistan must amend its blasphemy law which is being used to terrorise minority faith communities, according to Scotland's national church.
11 December, 2014
The success of an innovative Church-led credit union in Penicuik has been commended by MSPs in the Scottish Parliament.
10 December, 2014
The rich tradition of Gaelic hymns has been preserved for future generations with the creation of a new hymn book in this beautiful language.
The Moderator of the General Assembly has urged people to continue challenging the global issue of violence against women as the Church of Scotland's Speak Out! campaign drew to a close.
9 December, 2014
The Church of Scotland has urged the UK Government to ensure outcomes are achieved at the UN climate change conference in Lima that helps reduce global carbon emissions.
Deaf and hearing members of the Church of Scotland are being encouraged to share their views about the future of British Sign Language (BSL) in Scotland.
8 December, 2014
Rev Alan Sorensen, minister of Wellpark Mid Kirk in Greenock and award-winning broadcaster, has been appointed to the prestigious role of Deputy Lieutenant for Inverclyde, Renfrewshire and East Renfrewshire.
5 December, 2014
The high cost of insuring the most historic
old church in Inverness could mean it is forced to shut its doors for
the sake of a few thousand pounds per year.
4 December 2014
The Moderator of the General Assembly has challenged Scotland's national church to evolve for the digital age and find 100,000 new members by 2025.