The Service, which will reflect on the life of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, will be led by the University Chaplain, Revd Dr Donald MacEwan, who will also give the sermon on Queen, Country and Creation. Music will be from members of St Salvator's Chapel Choir.
This service will take place in person and will be available to watch via livestream. See the 'Livestreamed services' section on our Worship web page. The number of people attending in person will be restricted in line with Scottish Government Guidelines.
- Attendance in person is by reservation only, through this page, activated typically on the Monday before. This is to assist with Track and Trace data collection. Further details on Track and Trace are published on our Worship web page, Related Documents section.
- Face coverings must always be worn by members of the congregation during the service, unless you are exempt.
- 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 Government's travel corridor or are currently in isolation following a return, or are awaiting Covid-19 test results.
Chapel Donations: Due to Covid-19 restrictions we are currently not collecting donations of money in chapel. However, we would be delighted if you could continue to offer your support by donating online via our Worship Webpage. Two-thirds of chapel offerings from the Sunday service are given to charity and one-third goes to the work of the Chaplaincy.
Tickets are now unavailable for this event.