There are loads of ways in which your congregation can get involved in the world mission work of the church: from fun events to advocacy and stamp collecting there is something for every church!
We'd also love to come and see you, so if you'd like for a speaker to come to your church or Guild to talk about any aspect of the World Mission Council's work email Twinning and Local Development Secretary Carol Finlay: firstname.lastname@example.org
Just before noon on Saturday 25 April, 2015, was when the first earthquake struck Nepal. Lasting just 45 seconds; causing devastation, changing lives forever. 45 seconds that caused over 8000 people to lose their lives and over 6 million families to lose their homes.
As we celebrate the 10th anniversary of Make Poverty History and the $130 billion of debt that has been cancelled for 36 countries with huge improvements for spending on health, education and citizen based needs, we have teamed up with our partner Jubilee Scotland to reflect on the success of the campaign and renew our commitment to ending poverty across the globe.
This year the Stamp Appeal will support the Church of South India's Othara Eco-Spirituality Centre.
Join our Partner Jubilee Scotland to stand up for debt justice in the Eurozone.
Help those who are displaced because of the recent conflict in South Sudan by supporting the 'Needing a Neighbour' project. Give more than a 'cup of sugar' to our partners as they provide relief services in difficult to reach places.
The Church of Scotland is joining with Christian Aid, the Scottish Episcopal Church and, in partnership with the worldwide ACT Alliance, is supporting a movement to pray for the situation in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory on the 24th of each month.
Take part in the annual World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel 2015 this 21-27th September. The theme for the week this year is ‘Let My People Go!’
Use this new hymn and video to reflect on God's mission in the world and how we can all be a part of it.
The conflict in Syria continues to rage, claiming the lives of thousands of people and leaving millions homeless and without the basic necessities of life.
Pray for justice, peace and reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula on Sunday 10 August.