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The next moderator of the Scottish General Assembly believes the possession of drugs should be decriminalised. Speaking to Premier, Rev Iain Greenshields said his “pragmatic views” came fr...

A priest in Pakistan has told a Christian charity that believers are under increased threat since the Taliban took control in Afghanistan.  Father Mushtaq Anjum told Aid to the Church in Need (AC...

A prominent campaigner for LGBT+ equality is calling on the Archbishop of Canterbury to intervene over legislation being considered in Ghana which would lead to anyone who is LGBT+ or anyone advocatin...

A church in Wales is holding a Festival of Angels to commemorate those who have lost their lives to Coronavirus. The congregation at St Giles parish church in Wrexham has created over 6,000 angels ins...

13 historic churches and 2 Quaker meeting houses are to share a grant of £2 million to make urgent repairs. The National Churches Trust received the funding from the Heritage Stimulus Fund which...

A new pilgrimage in honour of St Boniface, Devon's patron saint, is being launched today (Saturday) with a series of special events along the route. The 14-mile St Boniface Way goes from Holy Cros...

The number of people rescued from modern slavery after being forced to commit crimes rose by 62% in 12 months, according to a new report by The Salvation Army. It says between July 2020 and June 2021,...

Hundreds of new worshippers are coming to a church in Lancashire after it changed its style of worship. The new Sunday services are proving so popular at Preston Minster that it's hoping to expand...

Hillsong has purchased a new theatre as it continues to grow its congregations in the UK The Golders Green Hippodrome will become its home in North London. The church has a group which currently meets...

The families of 17 people who were kidnapped last week have said their relatives have been given "the unique opportunity to live out our Lord’s command to 'love your enemies, bless them...

Carlisle Cathedral will host a sea of ribbons on the fence outside their building to symbolise support for victims of sexual abuse.  The movement, called LOUDfence, first began in Victoria in Aus...

Charities are warning of a debt crisis for millions of families in the UK after research revealed the number of households on low incomes in arrears has tripled since the pandemic hit. The Joseph Rown...

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will no longer be attending a centenary service in Northern Ireland's ecclesiastical capital on Thursday, after being advised by doctors to rest. The Queen was sched...

Dr Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury, has been appointed as co-chair of an independent Constitutional Commission to consider constitutional reform and ways to strengthen Welsh democracy ...

A Haitian gang that kidnapped a group of American and Canadian missionaries is asking for $17 million - or $1 million each - to release them, according to a top Haitian official. Justice Minister Lisz...

The Vatican on Tuesday rolled out its latest "Click to Pray" app, offering a personal planner among new functions for what it hopes will be an improved digital "praying experience"...

Pope Francis has been on the receiving end of some unlikely praise following a spirited speech on inequality around the world. Speaking via video link to the World Meeting of Popular Movements last we...

The Church of England is unlikely to be able to make significant changes to its stance on sexuality as a result of the latest elections to its General Synod, according to a priest in the Diocese of Ca...

More than 136,000 people in the UK are believed to be trapped in modern slavery, according to recent figures.  Some campaigners say they're concerned that the pandemic may make the situation ...

A church with architectural significance will be demolished unless there is intervention after Glasgow City Council approved a building warrant application.  Partick Baptist Church in Glasgow wil...