Church members in remote and rural areas are being urged to attend a series of free roadshows designed to help them overcome challenges and embrace opportunities.
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Researchers working on a new book about Scottish soldiers who travelled through London to fight in World War I have launched an appeal to find their descendants.
Volunteers at a foodbank established by a Fife church have been praised for their resourcefulness in supporting vulnerable people.
Thriving churches are ones that dynamically re-imagine how they engage with local communities, the Moderator of the General Assembly has said.
A new Pilgrimage route that travels through outstandingly beautiful coastal scenery from North Berwick to Lindisfarne will be launched this Sunday in Whitekirk, East Lothian.
Scottish MPs have been given an insight into the kind of society that Church of Scotland members would like to live in one day.
A Church of Scotland minister will abseil down the Forth Rail Bridge on Sunday 15 October as part of a fundraising effort for the mental health charity Health in Mind Scotland.
The Moderator is asking all of us to give generously to the emergency appeal for people fleeing violence in Myanmar. More than 500,000 men, women and children are in urgent need of food, water, shelter ...
The Church of Scotland has been applauded in the Scottish Parliament for its work promoting responsible finance during Good Money Week.