On Anti-Slavery day, Very Rev Dr Russell Barr reflects on the link between the Rev Robert Walker, now famous 'skating minister' and the campaign to abolish slavery.
News and events
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev Susan Brown, is embarking on a landmark trip to South America this week to spend time with local churches and human rights ...
A church in South Queensferry held a special service to bless more than 400 teddy bears which will be sent to traumatised children around the world.
A new transition minister, Rev Dr Frances Henderson, has joined Shetland Presbytery this month, marking a progressive new era for the isles.
The Church of Scotland and church-supported youth charities the GK Experience and PEEK have joined Children in Scotland on its 25th anniversary to make ’25 Calls’ to improve the lives of children and young people ...
As part of the Scottish Government’s ongoing Democracy Matters consultation, the Church of Scotland is hosting community consultation events designed to empower local congregations to make a positive difference within their communities. ...
Church leaders unite to urge Home Secretary to prevent the deportation of two teenage asylum seeker brothers from Scotland.
The Church of Scotland has been awarded £130,000 in EU funding as part of an ambitious project to support refugee integration in Scotland.
An exchange visit between churches in Glasgow and Cuba has been cancelled at the last minute after the Home Office refused to give visas to the visiting church members.
Nearly 150 Trauma Teddies made by Church of Scotland members and friends will soon be out on the beat to help police officers soothe distressed children.