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Rev Dr Doug Gay
12 Mar
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Christians afraid to express faith at work, study finds

Christians are afraid of sharing their beliefs with colleagues at work, a major study by the Equality and Human Rights Commission has found. Nearly 2,500 people of all faiths were quizzed about religion at work for the nationwide study. The ...

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St John Ogilvie 400th anniversary logo
10 Mar
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Choral evening prayer for Saint John Ogilvie

Archbishop Philip Tartaglia and the leaders of the other Christian Churches joined to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the death of Saint John Ogilvie at a solemn celebration of sung Evening Prayer in Saint Aloysius’ Church, Garnethill, on Monday 9th ...

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09 Mar
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Doubling in size for church-backed Glasgow charity which helps women become entrepreneurs

A Church of Scotland backed charity which already helps dozens of women in Scotland’s most deprived communities to start their own businesses is to double in size. The Glasgow based charity, WEvolution, is receiving £200,000 from the Scottish Government to ...

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23 Feb
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Evangelical Alliance produces ‘Faith in Politics’ report ahead of general election

New research explores the political views of UK evangelicals and how they and their churches engage in politics, based on a survey of more than 2,000 evangelicals The Evangelical Alliance’s survey found that many evangelicals are disillusioned with UK politics, ...

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Susan Boyle, Kaye Adams and Nicholas McDonald
18 Feb
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Susan Boyle leads stars to launch SCIAF’s Wee Box appeal for Lent

Superstar singer was joined by broadcaster Kaye Adams, actor Libby McArthur and X Factor finalist Nicholas McDonald at launch.

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16 Feb
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Moderator invites Pope to Scotland at Vatican meeting

The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, the Right Reverend John Chalmers, has joined His Holiness Pope Francis in condemning the weekend terrorist attacks in Libya and Denmark. The Moderator met with the Pope at the ...

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27 Jan
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Christian leaders back call for new law against global tax dodging

Christian leaders have thrown their weight behind a new campaign for political parties to promise to act against tax avoidance if they are elected. Leading voices from Methodist, Quaker, Anglican, Salvation Army and evangelical traditions have declared their support for ...

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Rev Sally Foster-Fulton
27 Jan
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Church of Scotland urges MSPs to improve end of life care rather than right to die

We must do more to improve palliative care for those approaching the end of their life, and make it as good as it possibly can be before considering legalising a right to die. That was the message the Convener of ...

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