The Archbishop of Canterbury has called for the UK to “start healing divisions” in his New Year’s message.
When you are depressed, there can be something alienating about other people’s festivities, especially at Christmas.
The environment is the “largest challenge” ever faced by humanity, former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has warned.
The Archbishop of Canterbury will reflect on the London Bridge terror attack during his Christmas Day sermon.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has appealed to people feeling “embarrassed or ashamed” in a message of unity on Christmas Eve.
An ambitious scheme to renovate a historic city centre church and deep clean its granite facades has been approved by planners.
A tiny wooden relic that some Christians believe to be part of Jesus’s manger has arrived at its permanent home in the biblical city of Bethlehem, 1,400 years after it was sent to Rome as a gift to the Pope.
Pope Francis tended to the needs of Thailand’s tiny Catholic hierarchy, urging priests and nuns to find ways to communicate the faith with “a Thai face and flesh” in an overwhelmingly Buddhist country.
The Government is considering whether to change the law to include the role of the clergy when allegations of sexual abuse are made.
The Church of Scotland is poised to sell off nearly half of Aberdeen's kirks, the Press and Journal can reveal today.
The restoration of a centuries-old north-east church, which has fallen into disrepair, will resume next month.
A Moray church will hit the high notes with a musical celebration to commemorate its bicentenary.
A new bid has been made by families to swim on Sundays on the Sabbatarian stronghold of Lewis.
We are hearing a great deal about divisions right now.
An Aberdeenshire church has voted to quit the Scottish Episcopal Church in a row over its "future trajectory".
A church congregation is hopeful it can secure a permanent home while reviving a disused community building.
In life’s most difficult moments, I have sometimes taken comfort from the notion that no matter what else can be taken from you, your mind is your own.
Work to restore and re-open a 15th century church will begin in the coming weeks.
A religious group accused of distributing homophobic leaflets will continue using an Aberdeen school as its base despite equality campaigners calling for members to be banned.
An Aberdeen church which has been left homeless for seven years is preparing to move into a historic new home in the heart of the city.
A Highland minister has claimed that schools across the region are becoming “increasingly hostile” environments for Christian pupils.
Aberdeen synagogue leader thanks local community for ‘unbelievable generosity’ ahead of re-dedication
A leader of Aberdeen’s Jewish community has thanked the city’s residents for their “unbelievable generosity” ahead of the official re-dedication of Britain’s most northerly synagogue.
Amid furious protests, Sunday cinema is to continue after a successful trial on the Sabbatarian island of Lewis, it was announced yesterday.
A senior church minister was in the city to pay tribute to dedicated members who have served more than 1,000 years between them.
A row has broken out over the appointment of the north and north-east’s new anglican bishop.
Kirstin Williamson is just like any other 20-year-old and is training to be a teacher at Aberdeen University, having just left home to live with flatmates.
The UK’s most northerly synagogue has closed its doors for the first time since it opened 72 years ago after a washing machine flood.
Faith leaders are being brought together today in an effort to better co-ordinate help for people in need across the city.
The organisers of a five-night Christian celebration in the north-east's biggest town have said the turnout "exceeded expectations" after thousands gathered to hear a renowned US preacher.
The Queen paid a visit to a rural Aberdeenshire church yesterday morning as she marked her return to her Deeside home for the summer.
Councillors will next week decide whether to back redeveloping an Aberdeenshire coastal village's only church into homes.
A cairn has been created outside a Moray kirk to mark its 250 years of service to the community.