Civil Partnership in Scotland

Civil Partnership in Scotland

The Civil Partnership Act 2004 was passed through and approved by  Westminster Parliament in the month of November in 2004, and came into effect on December 5th 2005.

Under this Act, it allows for same-sex couples can register a civil partnership, which has basically  the same legal effects, rights and obligations as a same sex marriage does for mixed-sex couples. Read more

History of Affirmation Scotland

History of Affirmation Scotland

Affirmation Scotland offers to the LGBT public of Scotland to a great  ministry of care, hope and advocacy to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Christians, their families and the supporters.

It also wants to contribute to the debate within the Kirk on human sexuality from a positive progressive perspective. Read more