As part of the Scottish Government’s ongoing Democracy Matters consultation, the Church of Scotland is hosting community consultation events designed to empower local congregations to make a positive difference within their communities. ...
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Church leaders unite to urge Home Secretary to prevent the deportation of two teenage asylum seeker brothers from Scotland.
The Church of Scotland has been awarded £130,000 in EU funding as part of an ambitious project to support refugee integration in Scotland.
An exchange visit between churches in Glasgow and Cuba has been cancelled at the last minute after the Home Office refused to give visas to the visiting church members. ...
Nearly 150 Trauma Teddies made by Church of Scotland members and friends will soon be out on the beat to help police officers soothe distressed children.
A Stirling University economics graduate who spent three years living out of a car in Zambia has been chosen to be Moderator of the Church of Scotland's General Assembly for ...
Congregations across the length and breadth of Scotland are gearing up for the National Day of Prayer on Saturday 3 November.
In November, when the Scottish Prison Service draws staff from around the country to its annual conference, the theme of their discussions will be Chaplaincy.
A woman who first attended church Sunday school at the age of two has been recognised for 102 years of service.
The Moderator has written a special prayer for the more than 1.5 million people who have been affected by the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Indonesia.
Tributes have been paid to the Church of Scotland’s first ever Hub Ministries co-ordinator who has sadly died.
More than 30 different organisations will come together today in Kilmarnock to put into action a plan to transform the town over the next few years.They will be hosted by ...
The Queen has re-appointed the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry as the Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly in 2019.
A Church of Scotland minister will highlight the importance of challenging “hatred, discrimination and exclusion” when he addresses a LGBT+ festival in Inverness this weekend.