Rev David Coleman, who is the environmental chaplain for Eco-Congregation Scotland, led the Time for Reflection session at the Scottish Parliament remotely today, telling MSPs that neglecting care for the planet and those who live ...
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An art installation repurposing old chairs has been unveiled at Glasgow Cathedral to launch the programme of COP26 events which will be taking place at the historic building. 'I will learn to sit with you ...
Two new ministers, Rev Drew Gebbie and Rev Katherine Taylor, have been ordained and inducted into the Church of Scotland as Ministers of Word and Sacrament this week. After their separate ordinations and inductions last
This Sunday (31 October), Christians across the country - and further afield - will continue to join together in prayer and reflection at 7pm in response to the pandemic. As with previous weeks during lockdown,
Scotland's national clinic director has thanked faith communities for their efforts to suppress COVID-19 and urged people to continue taking precautions to reduce the spread. Professor Jason Leitch said the virus is still causing harm
As Black History Month comes to a close we take a look at the life of the American writer, preacher and abolitionist Frederick Douglass, who visited Scotland 175 years ago and made an impact on
A minister with roots in Glasgow has recorded a new song for the COP26 UN Climate Change Conference taking place in the city from 31 October to 11 November to encourage people to take action
The Moderator of the General Assembly is embarking on a mini tour of "important" life changing social care projects run by CrossReach. Lord Wallace said he was "very much looking forward" to seeing just a
A minister who believes that the possession of illegal drugs should be decriminalised has been named as the next Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. Rev Iain Greenshields, who thinks addiction
With a week to go until COP26 begins on Sunday 31 October, Church of Scotland congregations across the country are encouraged to take part at local events, online or in person. Speaking about our need
This Sunday (24 October), Christians across the country - and further afield - will continue to join together in prayer and reflection at 7pm in response to the pandemic. As with previous weeks during lockdown,
Before he was the Church's mission partner in Nepal, Joel Hafvenstein spent years working for different international aid organisations in Afghanistan. He served in Helmand province as part of a team trying to discourage the
The Moderator of the Church of Scotland has praised a children's bereavement charity during a trip made as part of his official visit to the Presbytery of Edinburgh. Lord Wallace said the work of Richmond's
The Moderator of the General Assembly took the helm of a new canal boat part-owned by a congregation in Edinburgh. Lord Wallace piloted the "All Aboard" down a stretch of the Union Canal on Saturday
A former nurse who became a Church of Scotland parish minister has spoken of how her journey was "a bit of a surprise". Rev Mandy Ralph, who since 2019 has been based at the linked
A group of young Christian climate activists who are walking a 1,200-mile route from Cornwall to the COP26 in Glasgow have been officially welcomed into Scotland by representatives from Christian Aid and the Church of
This Sunday (17 October), Christians across the country - and further afield - will continue to join together in prayer and reflection at 7pm in response to the pandemic. As with previous weeks during lockdown,
A church outreach project which encourages people to re-use clothing and footwear sends out a "very powerful" environmental message. Lord Wallace, Moderator of the General Assembly, made the assessment after meeting staff and volunteers at
A former church is undergoing a £2 million refurbishment to convert it to an innovative, flexible, multi-purpose community hub. Lord Wallace, Moderator of the General Assembly, visited the Greyfriars Charteris Centre in Edinburgh yesterday to...
An adventurous couple in their 80s have embarked on a new 150-mile pilgrimage walk in honour of the founder and patron saint of Glasgow. Bill and Christine Jack have mapped out an off-road route that