Ambitious renovation plans for an Aberdeen city centre church have been lodged- with the scheme including a deep clean of its historic granite facades.
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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.
The victims of an RAF Chinook helicopter crash have been remembered at services marking 25 years since the disaster.
Services are being held to mark the 25th anniversary of the RAF Chinook helicopter disaster.
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.
A church in Inverness has been given a new lease of life following a £400,000 transformation.
A church in Aberdeenshire is pioneering a scheme that links congregations with conservation groups to encourage nature and wildlife on their grounds.
Domestic violence will only be tackled if everyone – not least our faith communities – talks about it openly
I am not a great movie goer but I love the film “Chocolat” which was released in the UK in 2001.
You need to read this column whilst making room in your head for a quick burst of the Village People singing “In the Navy”.
There is nothing on earth that more sharply focuses your mind on the absolute reality of death, than being involved in the funeral business.
The Church of Scotland has raised more than £500,000 to tackle HIV and AIDS by serving hundreds of thousands of bowls of soup.
They say that travel broadens a person's horizons, so as I write this I am planning a trip to Portknockie.
A Scottish author has unearthed a poignant memorial to a north-east missionary at Ruthven Kirk in Aberdeenshire.
As members of Westhill Community Church overwhelmingly vote to break away from the Scottish Episcopal Church, this is not the first time that actions like this have been taken.
On the final day of the P&J’s week-long series on challenges and trends in the local funeral sector, Calum Ross finds that many families are moving away from traditional ceremonies.
A Moray church is preparing for a double celebration after its youth group was nominated for a national award.
While searching in my small office at home for something which I failed to find, I came across a book I had previously read that contained a true story that reduced me to tears.
A church based in Inverness has pledged to tackle the loneliness many would normally experience on Christmas Day.
She has a black belt in kick-boxing and a hearing dog called Scott.
A new book is telling the all-but-forgotten story behind Christ's College in Aberdeen - which is better known today as the College Bar.