Christians are being reminded that Jesus was abandoned and deserted by God so they might never be forsaken. Rt Rev Colin Sinclair, Moderator of the General Assembly, said God's love for us is in his ...
Easter may not look the same this year as it has in years gone by at your local church, but people across the length and breadth of the Kirk are working hard to ensure that ...
A minister in Perthshire is offering online memorial services in place of public funerals due to the Coronavirus pandemic. They would be recorded by Rev Dr Marjory MacLean alone in a church after consultation with
Teenage mums in Zambia have learned a variety of new skills like baking biscuits, card making, sewing and first aid thanks to Guild members. They spent a "heart-warming, humbling and emotional" week visiting the "Journeying
Drama Kirk might not be taking to the streets of Hamilton and East Kilbride as planned this year to share 'The Passion of Jesus' with their local communities, but they have been working hard behind
Rev Dr Lezley Stewart, the Church of Scotland's Recruitment and Support Secretary, offers her reflection on Holy Week
In an unprecedented act of Christian unity, 22 senior religious leaders from across Britain and Ireland came together on Wednesday 1 April for a video conference. The Moderator, Rt Rev Colin Sinclair, Bishop Mark Strange,
Christians are being urged to come together in prayer at 7pm to mark Palm Sunday. Thirteen Christian churches and organisations across the country, including the Church of Scotland, are standing together in solidarity against the
The Moderator of the General Assembly said he prays that people will "find hope" as they prepare to mark Holy Week. Rt Rev Colin Sinclair said he was not in favour of suggestions that the
A minister was inducted into a new role at a Glasgow church as more than 100 people watched online from the comfort of their own homes. Rev Alastair Duncan was installed as the parish minister
The Church of Scotland has backed calls for an immediate ceasefire in all wars and conflicts around the world to enable humanity to work together to combat the Coronavirus outbreak. Very Rev Dr Susan Brown,
Churches in Scotland are joining together in prayer at 7pm this Palm Sunday, 6 April. For the last two weeks, thousands of people across Scotland have answered the call to pray at the same time
A Church of Scotland minister and his family who came to the UK as asylum seekers have become British citizens. Rev Raheel Arif of Denny Old Parish Church linked with Haggs Parish Church said their
Personal protective equipment (PPE) must be made available to all residential care home staff immediately. Viv Dickenson, chief executive officer of CrossReach, said it was "unfair and unjust" to expect them to go without. The
Christians have been urged to "hang onto their faith" as the world continues to deal with the Coronavirus pandemic. Rt Rev Colin Sinclair, Moderator of the General Assembly, said he believed with all his heart