The Moderator of the General Assembly has welcomed reports that a Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy has been allowed to leave Pakistan.
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The Moderator of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev Susan Brown, has urged voters to take part in the upcoming European Elections on Thursday 23 May "whatever the future holds".
Tributes have been paid to a "kind and compassionate" minister who died while out hill walking in the Highlands.
Communing with God - a group of young people embark on a spiritual adventure to France.
The Church of Scotland has made a fresh commitment to tackle the “moral scandal” of human trafficking and modern slavery.
Scottish religious leaders have come together in solidarity with Christians in the aftermath of the massacre in Sri Lanka. Representatives from around 10 denominations gathered outside the Glasgow Central Mosque on Wednesday.
The Church has underlined its commitment to supporting Armed Forces personnel despite expressing misgivings about a service to mark 50 years of the UK’s nuclear deterrent.
The Church of Scotland must be at the forefront of leading changes to tackle climate change.
Further to yesterday's announcement regarding the Lord and Lady Polwarth Home case, please see a statement from the Church of Scotland.