‘Nuclear weapons are inherently evil’. This is the stated position of the Church of Scotland and many other churches around the world.
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St Matthew’s Church in Perth will be hosting representatives from partner churches and organisations in Ghana, Pakistan, India, Croatia, Jamaica and Egypt later this month to share their experiences of interfaith engagement in their context. ...
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has pledged her support for a campaign to stop two asylum seeker brothers from being deported from Scotland.
An environmental chaplain is urging people to re-read the Bible with "green specs" in a bid to encourage churches to take action against climate change.Rev David Coleman, who was inducted into the role on Saturday ...
A group of church members from Carrick Knowe Parish Church have been busy working away this year on a special crocheted and knitted poppy display for Remembrance Sunday.
OPINION - "Is overly-positive coddling of our young people linked to the sharp rise of anxiety, depression, self-harming and suicidal thoughts?".
A Kirk congregation that began its life in the warehouse of a wine merchant and survived the total destruction of its church in World War II will celebrate 375 years this month.The Scots International Church ...
A schoolboy orphan who was given less than 10-days notice to quit a flat managed by a company which looks after accommodation for asylum seekers will keep his home.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed the introduction of the Proposed Children (Equal Protection from Assault) (Scotland) Bill to the Scottish Parliament today.