The Church of Scotland is taking a long-term approach to tackling inequality and injustice. Over the next ten years, it will bring about change in some of the most critical issues facing our nation and planet. It wants the people of Scotland to help to set these priorities. Find out how can have your say.
Many hands have carried the climate baton this year. Rev Trevor Jamison, Environmental Chaplain, Eco Congregation Scotland, tells us how far the baton has traveled and the prayer he sends with it, in this article on the Church of Scotland website.
Digital Participation Challenge Fund brings Scotland another step closer to making sure that everyone can get stuff done on the web. Read the full article in Third Force News
The application stage for the 2016 See Me Community Innovation Fund is now open. The Fund is open to all groups, organisations or individuals who have a great idea for a project to tackle mental health stigma and discrimination.
The 8th Airdrie Boys’ Brigade report on how they engaged with their Church and their Community during this year's Rugby World Cup 2015.
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