Congregations are being urged to consider applying for grants from an emergency fund established to help charities and other groups weather the COVID-19 storm. A number of parish churches across Scotland have already secured funding ...
News and events
A special service is being held to formally install the next Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Rev Dr Martin Fair will officially succeed Rt Rev Colin Sinclair as the Kirk's ...
A grandfather is raising money for a child bereavement charity by walking at least 40 miles around his garden dressed as a gnome. Alan Harper, who is affectionately known as "Gnomey", is making good use
Christians are urged to come together this evening at 7pm and pray for all those battling Coronavirus. Rt Rev Colin Sinclair, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, said: "Sunday at 7pm
Allow Jesus to guide you on this journey that has no roadmap or blueprint to follow, the Moderator of the General Assembly has said. When we listen to his voice, he will lead us forward
Proposals to create three new super presbyteries are to be considered by a "virtual' Commission of Assembly next month. The body has been called because the General Assembly has been cancelled this year because of
We have now reached the fifth week of joint calls by Scottish churches to pray at the same time in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Thousands of people across Scotland have been answering the call
Members of Pitlochry Church of Scotland, as well as people of all ages across their local community, have been busy producing drawstring laundry bags for local NHS Tayside staff to put their uniforms in. The
The Moderator of the General Assembly is urging people to help him safeguard the services provided by the jewel in the Kirk's crown. Rt Rev Colin Sinclair is taking part in the 2. 6 Challenge
People from around the world came together online to watch a minister officially take up her new post in Malta. Rev Betsi Thane said she was "delighted" to be inducted into the charge of St
Stewart Lowe describes the stark reality of life for visitors to the North East Edinburgh Foodbank in Leith for the latest issue of Life and Work magazine. AND so, the i's dotted and the t's
In his Sunday sermon for the second Sunday of Easter, the Moderator of the General Assembly draws parallels between our current situation and that experienced by the disciples after the Resurrection
Sunday marks four consecutive weeks of joint calls by Scottish churches to pray at the same time in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Thousands of people across Scotland have been answering the call to join
Rev Attie van Wyk, 38, a Kirk minister originally from South Africa who has yet to move to his new congregation of Edinburgh's Liberton Northfield Church, was inducted remotely on Tuesday (14 April) at 7pm.
Christians are being urged to come together in prayer at 7pm to mark Easter 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 has said Easter Sunday still represents the defeat of death and hope reborn. Rt Rev Colin Sinclair said the Coronavirus lockdown provides a chance to understand the key date
HRH Prince William, Duke of Cambridge has sent a letter to the Moderator recognising the challenges of celebrating Easter at a time when churches are closed and expressing his "warmest wishes to all Ministers, Elders
For the third week running, and this time coinciding with Easter Sunday, thousands of people across Scotland will be answering the call to pray at the same time in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Thirteen
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