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‘Reservation links’

Good evening, as Orientation Week draws to a close. A reminder that tomorrow sees the Opening Service of the Martinmas Semester in St Salvator’s Chapel at 11 am. All the reserved spaces have gone I’m afraid. I remember…

Sunday Worship – 13 September

Just a quick email in advance of tomorrow’s Chaplaincy newsletter to let you know that you are welcome to reserve a place at this Sunday’s Chapel Service at 11 am, the Opening Service of the Martinmas Semester.  I will…

‘Quarantined books’

Good morning, As Orientation Week begins in the University. And on the day of the first Sunday service of the academic year, a Service of Welcome. I look forward to seeing you if you have reserved your place in the…

‘Open for worship’

Good evening, I am writing to you from the Chaplaincy building which is now open! Sam, Tracy, Linda and I will all be working here from time to time, as well as from home. It’s good in a way to be here, able to discuss…

‘Sunday worship – 6 September’

Good evening, I am writing to let you know about Chaplaincy services from this Sunday. Full details of services, Orientation Week events and much more will be in a Chaplaincy newsletter appearing in your inbox…

‘Summer leave and updates’

Greetings, Your computer may be forgiven if this found its way into your junk folder!  For it has been a long time since the last Companionship email and blogpost, during which time I was enjoying a period of summer…

Graduation reflection

Good morning, What kind of diary do you have?  Is it on paper?  Then you have items scored out, a daily reminder of what was meant to be and has now been cancelled or postponed tbc – to be confirmed, or perhaps…

The Climate is changing! Are we?

Good morning, Yesterday after work, I took a walk in the haar and happened upon a group of students sitting with the remains of a picnic outside St Gregory’s.  Behind them was a banner draped from some windows: Your…

Does Forgiving Mean Forgetting?

Greetings, Those thoughtful students behind the TruThink website have posted a number of responses from the Chaplaincy team to the question, Does Forgiving Mean Forgetting?   If you are interested, you will find brief…

‘A Coronavirus Catechism’

Good morning, Instead of a service this Sunday, I’ve produced a catechism.  Churches have written catechisms for centuries to teach the faith, including the Heidelberg Catechism, Larger and Shorter Catechisms…

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