News

The Bridge of Don Remembers project was officially launched at the Bridge of Don war memorial by the Lord Provost of Abderdeen, Councillor Barney Crockett and John Tough, whose uncle is named on the War Memorial. They were joined by Legion Scotland and pupils from some of the schools who are taking part.

WWI project backed by local churches scoops award

24 June, 2019

A WWI community project which was backed by local churches in Aberdeen has won a prestigious award for their work.Bridge of Don Remembers, a group made up of nine schools and three churches in the ...

Burnside Blairbeth Community Outreach Project

New Go For It funded projects announced

20 June, 2019

The Church of Scotland’s Go For It Fund has announced its latest round of funded projects, with 13 grant recipients receiving a total of over £440,000 between them. Applications will ...

Gaelic New Testament

New Bible resources for Gaelic speakers released

18 June, 2019

The Scottish Bible Society, the Gaelic Books Council and the Church of Scotland’s Gaelic group have announced new resources to help Gaelic speakers engage with the Bible and practice their ...

The Guild Big Sing at Assembly Hall in Edinburgh

Guild Big Sing raises thousands

10 June, 2019

Thousands of pounds have been raised by The Guild's Big Sing event which took place in Edinburgh during the General Assembly.The final amount totalled an impressive £3437, which will go ...

Moderator shares a prayer for Pentecost

9 June, 2019

Rt Rev Colin Sinclair, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, shares a prayer he has written to mark the Season of Pentecost, as we today ...

Church leaders in parliament

Church leaders hold talks with Scottish Government

7 June, 2019

Church leaders met this week with Aileen Campbell MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Communities and Local Government, to discuss a range of issues including climate change, Brexit and the way government ...