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Join us for the Service of Welcome in St Salvator's Chapel. Students (new and returning), staff, family members, graduates and visitors are all welcome. St Salvator's Chapel Choir will be singing and the sermon will be preached by the University Chaplain, Revd Dr Donald MacEwan. Gowns are welcome but not required. An optional, short service of holy communion will follow.
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.
Important Information: Those attending in person will no longer be required to reserve a place. All who come will be accommodated up to the chapel's capacity. The collection of contact details for Test and Protect will take place on the day. You will have the option of scanning the QR Code provided using your smart phone, or leaving your contact details with the ushers. You are also welcome to register your contact details for Test and Protect purposes via this page from the Friday of the week before the service, which will save time.
A copy of the QR code Check In Scotland Privacy Notice can be found on our Worship web page, in the relevant documents section.
Chapel Donations: You are welcome to donate both in chapel or online via our Worship web page. 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.