The Church of Scotland has criticised the UK Government’s decision to close job centres in Scotland, including six in Glasgow.
On Friday 7 July more than 120 states voted to adopt a treaty prohibiting the use of nuclear weapons. Rev Dr Richard Frazer spoke out to praise the decision in line with the Church of ...
Social care provision by churches across Scotland is set to be improved with the launch of new online resource designed to “inform, connect and inspire” congregations as they carry out ...
An Edinburgh church known as the Kirk on the Canal is redoubling its efforts to raise money to buy a second-hand narrow boat.
It is not often that a person is lucky enough to indulge three of their great passions at the same time.But that is exactly what probationer minister of Word and ...
A Head Teacher of an Inverclyde primary school has answered the Call to become a Church of Scotland minister.
The leaders of a Highland church have unveiled exciting new plans to “breathe new life” into the historic building.
An Ayr church is working with the local authority to ensure that 250 vulnerable children do not go hungry this summer.
A group of Christians visiting Scotland have issued a fresh plea for peace and reconciliation amid simmering tensions around the Korean Peninsula.
The Church of Scotland has expressed concern that two major UK supermarket chains are reported to be considering changing the way they label Fairtrade produce.
Handwritten letters, documents and photographs that belonged to one of Scotland's unsung heroines have been saved for the nation.
A former Army Chaplain has urged MSPs to do what they can to support the UK Armed Forces.
A Church minister who nearly drowned at sea has been reunited with the brave man who saved his life.
The Church of Scotland is strengthening its commitment to supporting military personnel, veterans and their families.