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Moderator comments on nuclear deterrent thanksgiving service

The Church has underlined its commitment to supporting Armed Forces personnel despite expressing misgivings about a thanksgiving service to mark 50 years of the UK’s nuclear deterrent.
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Kirk must be at the forefront of leading changes to tackle climate change

The Church of Scotland must be at the forefront of leading changes to tackle climate change.
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Statement – Lord and Lady Polwarth Home

Further to yesterday's announcement regarding the Lord and Lady Polwarth Home case, please see a statement from the Church of Scotland.
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Chocolate heaven for women determined to turn their lives around

Women who have had a brush with the law are turning their lives around by making luxury handmade chocolates.
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New street name honours Kirk minister

A Fife village has recognised its popular former minister by naming a new street of housing after him.Following a poll run by the local community council, residents of Saline voted to honour the late Reverend Alexander 'Sandy' Downie.
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Lost tomb of Robert the Bruce on display at Dunfermline Abbey

A 3D reconstruction of the tomb of Robert the Bruce is on display at Dunfermline Abbey Church.
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Stunning ‘Path of Peace’ opened in church garden

School children have helped create a stunning 100ft long “Path of Peace” in a tranquil church garden in Edinburgh.
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Minister launches fundraiser for victims of Sri Lanka terrorist atrocity

A minister has launched a crowd funding appeal to help the victims of the Easter Sunday terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka.
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Moderator signs up for Christian Aid’s Tay Bridge walk

To launch Christian Aid Week, the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, Rt Rev Susan Brown, is donning her walking boots to take part in the annual Tay Bridge Cross Challenge on Saturday 11 May.
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Power of faith can overcome ‘horns of every dilemma’

A cross set amongst the antlers of a stag symbolises the Edinburgh parish in which the Scottish Parliament stands, MSPs have been told.
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