The Church of Scotland is backing an initiative calling on the UK Government to do more to support 'stateless' people.
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MSPs have been urged to wait for the outcome of an ongoing major hate crime review before deciding whether to repeal a law aimed at tackling sectarianism at football and online abuse.
The Pope has told the Church of Scotland Moderator that the two denominations enjoy a relationship of "true fraternity."
The minister who married Madonna and Guy Ritchie is to become the next Church of Scotland Moderator.
A village church with close links to a Scot who died in Auschwitz has re-opened after a major refurbishment.
A trainee minister from Aviemore is among a group of ten young Christians and Muslims from across Scotland who are spending a week in Rwanda.
A veteran Aberdeen minister has been given the royal seal of approval.
A retired engineer has made a "friend for life" after rescuing a church minister who nearly drowned.
Ministers in one of the world’s poorest countries are to receive training from staff at Aberdeen University, thanks to a new partnership.
A growing congregation has revealed plans to build its own church in the Highland capital.
The voice of young people in the Church of Scotland is set to be accentuated through the efforts of a Highland athlete from Lochcarron.
After more than a century of being blasted by salty sea air a Moray church could face closure unless major repairs can be funded.
A former actress, who has performed across the globe, has been ordained as the new minister of a Garioch kirk.
A Moray church congregation has taken unusual steps in an effort to entice a new minister to their parish.
The most senior Church of Scotland cleric visited an historic Aberdeen church to rededicate it after a £1.5million refurbishment.
An Aberdeenshire community has banded together to brighten up the winter months by creating a pint-sized edible Christmas village.
A Moray minister will take a starring role in a Church of Scotland campaign this Christmas.
Dementia sufferers in one of Scotland's oldest care homes could be forced to move at least 100 miles from their family unless it can be saved from closure.
The Right Rev John Chalmers delivered a positive message to Aberdeen University graduates when he told them they should have "huge optimism" and "high hopes" for the future.
A historic church in Wester Ross has held its last service.
Relatives of a Kirk missionary who sacrificed herself to protect Jewish schoolgirls during the Holocaust have attended a special reunion to view her handwritten will.
A Moray pensioner has been left stunned after discovering a Victorian coin worth £100 in her church's charity collection tin.
Golfers who find themselves praying for divine intervention on one of the world's great courses have been helped out by a leading minister.
Two Lochaber women have just returned from the trip of a lifetime, forging links with a church in southern Africa.
The number of Church of Scotland weddings has more than halved in a decade - with humanist nuptials now more popular for the first time.
The clergy should take a leaf out of Barack Obama's book if they want to keep congregations glued to their sermons.
A Black Isle church and graveyard has been closed off to the public after masonry fell from the top of the tower.
A Moray minister is travelling to Greece to help refugees fleeing to Europe.
An island Free Church whose population rocketed after a schism in the Church of Scotland congregation is set to get planning permission for a new place of worship.
The General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has voted to allow its ministers to be in same-sex marriages.
Filling ministerial vacancies remains the biggest challenge for the Church of Scotland in Moray.
It is a far cry from her previous career.