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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.
With scientists making headlines about recent advances in synthetic biology, the Church of Scotland became the first major Christian body to make considered comment on the research.
The Church of Scotland’s General Assembly meets this week under huge financial pressure – but determined to make changes to secure a renewed future for the Kirk.
Historian Tom Devine and former Herald editor Harry Reid say that much more should be done to mark and acknowledge the 450th anniversary of the Reformation of 1560.
Partnerships between Church of Scotland congregations and churches in different parts of the world can benefit communities extensively, says a new study.
The Scottish Episcopal Church, part of the worldwide Anglican Communion, is set to join talks involving the Church of Scotland (Presbyterian) and the Church of England as they seek greater and more effective links.
A Church of Scotland body is urging congregations to celebrate their common baptism with Roman Catholics for the first time by using a special joint liturgy for the reaffirmation of baptismal vows.
A study into radical new models of church and congregational life in Scotland's largest Christian denomination will conclude its findings later this year.