A Church of Scotland minister who branded Jeremy Corbyn a “terrorist sympathiser” has been suspended after controversial tweets emerged.
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A Church of Scotland minister who branded Jeremy Corbyn a “terrorist sympathiser” has been criticised after he was found to have posted a series of homophobic tweets.
An ambitious fundraising project has been launched in an effort to secure the future of one of the north-east’s oldest churches.
Susan Brown: November is a month for letting the past and the future change the ‘now’ for the better.
November is a month, perhaps even more than December is, for looking back and for looking forward.
A former accountant raised in South Africa has been appointed as the new minister of an Aberdeen church.
Talks have taken placed between the Church of Scotland and interested parties around the future of an historic A-listed Aberdeen kirk.
A man has appeared in court charged with murder after a pensioner died in woods in Moray.
A Church of Scotland minister and his wife are in a stable condition in hospital after an incident at woods in Moray in which another pensioner died.
A minister who founded a mental health support service in the wake of Frightened Rabbit frontman Scott Hutchison taking his own life has been chosen as the next moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.
The Church of Scotland is poised to sell off nearly half of Aberdeen's kirks, the Press and Journal can reveal today.
Respected Caithness minister Ronald Johnstone has died aged 73.
A Hungarian minister has taken up a new post in Shetland where the church is undergoing a transformation to meet the challenges of the 21st century.
The new Moderator of the Church of Scotland is to visit the homeland of his descendants in Caithness for a week.
The Church of Scotland is taking legal action for a share of a Viking hoard worth almost £2 million found on land it owns.
Two north ministers are to embark on a journey to West Africa to explore faith relations.
Susan Brown: When respect is replaced by browbeating and bullying, we can no longer consider ourselves a democracy
Imagine. A beautiful summer's day and you and your mates decide to go for a swim in a wee lochan close by.
A Moray community has been invited to have its say on which causes are given a share of a funding pot.
Ambitious renovation plans for an Aberdeen city centre church have been lodged- with the scheme including a deep clean of its historic granite facades.
Susan Brown: Selfishness makes it easier to attend dreaded medical appointments than make simple changes to benefit all
Being a woman of a certain age, I get the regular letters the NHS sends, dropping through my letterbox, encouraging me to be screened for this, that or the next thing.
A church minister has swapped life in America for a place by the sea in Moray to end a congregation’s seven-year wait for a leader.
A new play will detail the wartime heroics of a Scottish minister who helped thousands of service personnel escape from the Nazis.
I suspect everyone has something that gets up their humph.
An Aberdeen minister has claimed he has been “forced out" of his leading position at an historic city centre church.
Ambitious plans to renovate one of Aberdeen’s most famous churches have been thrown into doubt because of a cap on spending on the historic building.
They have stood for centuries as pillars of community and continuity of tradition in every town and village in the country.
A unique ceremony took place at an Aberdeen church yesterday as a 25-year-old horse named Ollie trotted down the aisle to be blessed.
Few countries anywhere in the world enjoy a closer friendship.
The Church of Scotland is adapting to the increasing number of people choosing to make payments by card by rolling out a new "contactless collection plate".
A Church of Scotland minister from Mull has died after going missing on a Highland mountain.
Women who have spent time in prison are being offered the chance to transform their lives - by making luxury chocolates.
Right Rev Susan Brown: Our church may be smaller but it is more deeply committed than ever to doing good
In just a few weeks’ time my term of office as Moderator will come to an end and the next Moderator will, like a new boiler, be installed.
An Inverness care home is in need of significant improvement after failing to meet requirements, according to inspectors.