A minister has expressed “grave concern” that official records relating to a Chinook helicopter crash on the Mull of Kintyre nearly 25 years ago could be destroyed.
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A Perth Church has launched a new programme of activities to tackle “chronic loneliness” and encourage people of all ages to get active.
The Moderator is urging people of faith to take the opportunity today, World Religion Day, to celebrate our faith and to encourage interfaith understanding and harmony by recognising the common foundations which unite all people ...
Youth work projects supported by the Church of Scotland have been shortlisted for a range of top awards.
Ministers are invited to take part in a conference next month which is aimed at discussing hopes for ministry and mission work over the next few years.
A unique day organised by the Church Service Society challenged churches to look to the theatre for inspiration. Here Rev Dr Douglas Galbraith reflects on the findings. ...
STATEMENT - The UK Government must make a commitment that the UK will not leave the European Union without a "comprehensive agreement" in place, the Church of Scotland has said.
LISTEN - The chief executive of the social care arm of the Church of Scotland discusses 150 years of serving local communities.
An Aberdeen councillor has been appointed to one of the ministries of the Church of Scotland.