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Within the lifetime of participants in the Edinburgh 2010 conference, says Professor Dana Robert, “Christianity has undergone one of the biggest changes in its two thousand year history."
Finding the path to "a new beginning for common [Christian] mission in the 21st century" is the challenge put before participants at an international conference taking place in Edinburgh.
Christian songs from around the globe mingled with the native bagpipes at welcoming ceremonies for Edinburgh 2010, a five-day conference marking the 100th anniversary of the World Missionary Conference of 1910.
The new Church of Scotland Moderator is hoping for a resolution to an injustice some 16 years after the Chinook helicopter crash on the Mull of Kintyre.
300 people from 30 traditions in 60 countries gather in the Scottish capital on 2 June for a five-day conference looking at the past and future of Christian mission.
A group of young people from some of the poorest communities in Scotland fly out to the World Cup of Friendship in South Africa today, backed by church workers.
The Church of Scotland has announced the members of its new Commission on the Purposes of Economic Activity, which will take two years exploring basic ethical and moral questions.
The leading figure in the Church of Scotland has marked the 450th anniversary of the Reformation by urging the Kirk to continue reforming and to face the new secular challenge.
The Church of Scotland plans to formulate its first-ever strategic plan for ecclesiastical buildings, subject to the approval of its General Assembly.
An detailed study says that the Church of Scotland should maintain a commitment to territorial ministry alongside fresh expressions and means of working.