Crafters across the world have contributed to a special display of poppies at the Abbey Church of Dunfermline to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.
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Boys’ Brigade members from across Scotland experienced a night to remember at one of Scotland’s top visitor attractions last weekend. Four hundred boys aged from eight to ten spent the night at Glasgow Science Centre ...
Moderator reflects on the tremendous work undertaken by Kirk members in Fife to help people struggling to eat
An Aberdeenshire woman has revealed that her father was part of the guard of honour who escorted the Unknown Warrior to his final resting place at Westminster Abbey.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed calls to let asylum seekers work in the UK while their cases are being assessed.
The Path of Renewal initiative aims to bring ministers and church members together to discuss and reflect on the big picture and explore new approaches to church life.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has welcomed a landmark court ruling to overturn the death sentence of a Pakistani Christian woman convicted of blasphemy.
A special one-day training session, aimed at helping churches to reach out to father figures in the community, will be held at Bishopbriggs Community Church in Glasgow on 10 November.
The Church of Scotland has sent an open letter to the chairmen of three oil companies, asking them to align their business plans with the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.
As part of this year’s Remembrance Day events, Liberton Kirk in Edinburgh is commemorating those who served in WWI with a poppy display of around 17,000 knitted, crocheted and crafted poppies which have been crafted ...