MSPs have been urged to await the outcome of a major hate crime review before deciding to repeal a law aimed at tackling sectarian behaviour at football matches.
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Churches in the Western Isles have signed a new accord to support one of Scotland’s biggest social care charities.
A group of pre-school children are helping to combat loneliness and boost the wellbeing of elderly people at a Highland care home.Six residents at Whinnieknowe care home in Nairn, which is run by the Church ...
A Highland church will host a talk from a woman who was born in a WWII concentration camp and survived to tell her story.Holocaust survivor Eva Clarke, who was born in 1945 in Mauthausen Concentration ...
The Church of Scotland has welcomed a new opinion poll which shows 80% of people think it is morally wrong for banks to profit from investments that pollute the environment.
Churches across Scotland are pledging to celebrate, work and pray with children and young people during 2018.
Campaigners in Dumfriesshire have urged the Bank of Scotland to stop using people’s savings to support fossil fuel energy companies.
Two Kirk elders have been recognised for serving an Edinburgh church for a combined 100 years.
A former Archbishop of Canterbury is the guest preacher at an ecumenical service in Holy Trinity Parish Church in St Andrews this afternoon to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
The Church of Scotland has welcomed a new consultation to reduce the risk of people suffering large losses from playing fixed-odd betting terminals.