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The Church of Scotland has joined campaigners to urge the First Minister to keep his promise and provide significant additional investment to tackle child poverty. It has joined more than 150 organisations across Scotland in
A special St Andrew's Day service is being held at St Cuthbert's Church in Edinburgh in conjunction with The Friends of St Andrew's Jerusalem & Tiberias this Thursday (30th November). The service, which will be
A new architect-designed church has been created out of a former retail space on the outskirts of Perth. The place of worship, which is part of the Bertha Park development of 3,000 homes and a
Rt Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has welcomed the Israel Palestine agreement that will see a four-day pause in fighting and the release of 50 hostages.
Rev Karen Hendry, convener of the Church of Scotland's Violence Against Women Task Group, Integrity, will lead a special ecumenical prayer service at 11am on Saturday, 25 November in Glasgow Cathedral. The service, organised with
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland Rt Rev Sally Foster-Fulton will be in London this week where she will meet with a wide range of religious, political and charity leaders.
Young Gaelic speakers are being invited to get an early introduction to the real story of Christmas by claiming their own free book of Bible stories and downloading a fun and child-friendly animated re-telling of
New minister Rev Trudi Newton is getting back to her island roots with her first charge. Originally from Harray on the Orkney Mainland, this week saw her ordination as full-time minister of Word and Sacrament
A Scottish artist has been left "speechless" after Pope Francis gave him a special medal as a token of his appreciation. Michael McVeigh was presented with it as a 'thank you' for gifting the Holy
The Church of Scotland has welcomed the UK Supreme Court decision that government plans to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda are unlawful. Emma Jackson, the convenor of Public Life and Social Justice, at the Church
Looking to the Bible for inspiration led Rev Attie van Wyk to leave the sun of South Africa for the sleet - and stovies - of Scotland. Speaking as part of the monthly Talking Ministry
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev Sally Foster-Fulton has visited Heriot-Watt University as part of a celebration of faith and diversity. The invitation was extended by the university's
The Church of Scotland has taken part in the Scottish Government's Remembrance Service which included contributors from a range of faiths and groups. Representatives from the military attended, as well as John-Paul Marks, the Permanent...
Two Christian charities that help people affected by grief and loss will benefit from the sale of a book written by a Glasgow minister. Rev Fiona Gardner said she is delighted to support the counselling
A British Army nurse who died just weeks before Armistice Day would have likely survived if she was deployed to France, it is claimed. Helena Stewart Bennet was posted to a German Prisoner of War
A new stage production with faith at its heart exploring the story of the Gunpowder Plot is touring the UK following its premiere in Edinburgh. Treason: The Musical, which was first conceived by Ricky Allan
The worship team at Martin's Memorial Church, Stornoway, have released a song after hundreds attended this year's Hebrides Revival Conference. The song, entitled 'Why Not Here? Why Not Now? ', calls for a renewal of...
A special service was held at St Andrew's Church in Rome yesterday to induct a new minister. Rev Tara Curlewis will also serve as the Reformed Ecumenical Officer for the World Communion of Reformed Churches
A multi-faith partnership charity backed by the Church has welcomed a decision to extend the free bus pass scheme to asylum seekers. Scottish Faiths Action for Refugees said the policy would have a "transformational" impact