From The BBC-
The Kirk's General Assembly - gathering in Edinburgh - will be asked to approve more work on how such weddings could take place in church.
Equal marriage remains a divisive issue within the church.
Since 2014, Scotland has allowed same-sex couples to marry but individual church traditions can each decide whether to participate.
A report on the issue prepared for the General Assembly invited the church to take stock of its history of discrimination against gay people and to apologise "individually and corporately".
Moderator Designate the Reverend Dr Derek Browning said: "On Thursday afternoon the theological forum will be bringing a report to the General Assembly, and this year what they're asking to do is for the assembly, first of all, to consider making an apology to the gay community for things that have have been said in the past and the assembly will have to make up its mind on that.