Service of Thanksgiving for Graduation
On the day of the first winter degree conferrals, there will be a service of worship in St Salvator’s Chapel to give thanks for all who have graduated in 2020 from the University. Music from choral and organ scholars, and an address from Revd Dr Donald MacEwan, University Chaplain, called Duty of Candour.
Numbers at this service will be restricted in line with Scottish Government Guidelines. Attendance is by reservation only, via this event page.
This service will also be available to view on livestream, without reservation, for those unable to attend in person. Further details are available on our Worship Webpage.
Important new information
Attendance will be by reservation only. This is to assist with Track and Trace data collection. Further details on Track and Trace are published on our Worship Webpage in the Related Documents section.
- Face coverings must always be worn by members of the congregation during the service.
- There will be no singing by the congregation during the service. There will be music, and hymns sung by choral scholars.
- Physical distancing of 2 metres will be observed, except from those in your household. Ushers will seat people accordingly.
- You must not attend the service in person if you are displaying Covid-19 type symptoms, classified as clinically vulnerable, have recently returned from a country not listed on the Scottish Governments travel corridor or currently in isolation following a return, or are awaiting Covid-19 test results.
Tickets are now unavailable.
If you have booked tickets and are having problems cancelling your place, please contact the event organiser.