This month’s events

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  1. Evensong

    Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only.

  2. Compline

    Compline

    A service of night prayer, with music, spoken prayers and silence lasting approximately 30 minutes. A lovely way to end the day. People of any faith, culture,...

  3. Evensong

    Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only.

  4. Compline

    Compline

    A service of night prayer, with music, spoken prayers and silence lasting approximately 30 minutes. A lovely way to end the day. People of any faith, culture,...

  5. CSRP Research Seminar

    CSRP Research Seminar

    Toward a Postwar Japanese Anglicanism: Inculturating the Book of Common Prayer and Anglican Liturgy in Japan

    CSRP research seminar. 'Toward a Postwar Japanese Anglicanism: Inculturating the Book of Common Prayer and Anglican Liturgy in Japan'. Aaron Pelot...

  6. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by Revd Dr Carolyn Kelly, Chaplain, University of Glasgow....

  7. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by Revd Dr Jenny Wright, Chaplain to the Archbishop, of York....

  8. Evensong

    Evensong

    A 45-minute service of prayer, both spoken and sung by St Salvator's Chapel Choir. This service will take place in person only.

  9. Compline

    Compline

    A service of night prayer, with music, spoken prayers and silence lasting approximately 30 minutes. A lovely way to end the day. People of any faith, culture,...

  10. CSRP Research Seminar

    CSRP Research Seminar

    Human Flourishing and Environmental Ethics: A Question of Belief

    CSRP research seminar. 'Human Flourishing and Environmental Ethics: A Question of Belief'. Keith Wiedersheim (University of St Andrews)

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