Very Rev Dr Martin Fair, who is part of the Towards Ministry team, writes about their next upcoming event taking place in Aberdeen on Saturday 4 November. Back in 1987, Fleetwood Mac released a song
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A parishioner at Viewpark Parish Church has been recognised at this year's North Lanarkshire Provost's Awards for her substantial work in her community. Emma Lyall, who is an elder at Viewpark Parish Church, won the
Rev David Coleman, chaplain of Eco-Congregation Scotland, offers us his thoughts on Laudate Deum [Praise God], the Pope's latest publication concerning the environment which follows his 2015 pastoral letter Laudato si' [Praise be to you...
A message from Rt Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, on the Israel Gaza conflict
Rt Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, has issued a statement in response to the outbreak of violence in the Holy Land. Mrs Foster-Fulton said: "Friends, "I reach
A Bermudian has been newly ordained to provide spiritual leadership to churches across continents - whilst bringing training between denominations closer along the way. Rev Cindy Campbell, 63, who will minister to both Christ Church,
Rev David Cameron, Convener of the Assembly Trustees of the Church of Scotland, has issued a statement in response to the outbreak of violence in the Holy Land. Mr Cameron said: "We are horrified by
Four-legged friends from across Edinburgh and beyond are being invited to attend the annual pet blessing service this Sunday at Greyfriars, world-famous for its connection to Bobby, a faithful Skye terrier. As a tribute to
Guild members have raised over £300,000 for their 2021-2024 project partners in the last two years. The announcement comes as the Guild has begun accepting applications for their next fundraising project partners. Six new charities
An historic church with links to Mary Queen of Scots has entered into a new partnership to capture the hearts of tourists. The Church of Holy Rude in Stirling has teamed up with a local
Rt Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has joined a group of Scottish religious leaders in signing a statement calling for prayers and actions to end poverty in
Farm equipment parked outside Edinburgh's St Giles' Cathedral to mark 'Harvest Thanksgiving' service
Visitors to Edinburgh's Royal Mile are in for a surprise this Sunday when they see a combine harvester and a tractor parked outside St Giles' Cathedral. The unusual sight on Parliament Square is part of
Around 60 people from across the Lothian & Borders Presbytery gathered in Jedburgh Parish Church recently to explore the Five Marks of Mission. The conference was the first of the new Lothian & Borders Presbytery.
Rev Steven Henderson was ordained and inducted as an Ordained Local Minister at Dalmuir Barclay Church yesterday evening. Mr Henderson, 50, who is married with two daughters, said his ordination "feels amazing, fulfilling, nerve-wracking and...
Three Church of Scotland congregations are celebrating a millennium of combined worship. Members held special services this month to mark being at the heart of their communities for 1,000 years. Rt Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, Moderator
A minister has spoken of how he rejected feelings of hate and revenge after terrorists murdered his mother and 19 members of his family 10 years ago today. Rev Aftab Gohar said he found peace
The Moderator of the General Assembly is travelling to the Presbytery of Fife to see the work done by the Church of Scotland. Rt Rev Sally Foster-Fulton said she is looking forward to the week-long
The power of puppetry is one of the tools a new video series is using to help children explore and understand Christianity. The Intro series uses humour, drama, animation and music to introduce the core
A Church of Scotland minister is raising awareness about the ongoing persecution of Christians in Pakistan. Rev Peter Gill protested peacefully outside the Consulate of Pakistan in Glasgow in the wake of recent violence and
Being asked to step in at short notice to deliver a service was a turning point for an oil sector engineer who has swapped the oil platforms of the North Sea for the pulpit. Rev
A brand-new church at the "heart" of the most westerly village in mainland Britain has been officially opened. Ardnamurchan Church in Kilchoan was dedicated and blessed by Rt Rev Sally Foster-Fulton, Moderator of the General