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10 February, 2017
Two church leaders from Mozambique spoke to the World Mission Council this week as part of their six-week visit to Scotland to learn about the Kirk’s approach to worship, church governance and pastoral care.
9 February, 2017
Theologian Rev Dr Doug Gay outlined a series of proposals to reshape minister recruitment, eldership and ordained ministry in his second of three Chalmers Lectures at St Giles’ Cathedral last night.
An ecumenical project aimed at improving engagement between churches and members of the Scottish Parliament has been described as “hugely important”.
8 February, 2017
Controversial proposals to shut down half of all job centres in Glasgow have been branded a “disgrace”.
A former Moderator has visited a Cumbernauld mosque to show support after the mosque was sprayed with racist graffiti.
7 February, 2017
A former complementary therapist will soon be playing a major leadership role at a church where she once attended as a child.
6 February, 2017
A police investigation is underway after an historic village church in Perthshire was broken into and extensively vandalised.
A new film is being launched today to highlight a strong desire among churches and communities to "do politics differently".
4 February, 2017
A former Moderator has officially become the Church of Scotland’s first ever digital minister.
Rev Dr Doug Gay’s first in a series of lectures at St Giles’ Cathedral on the state of Scotland’s national church was watched by a global online audience.