This week’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. Simply Quiet

    Simply Quiet

    In the middle of the week the Chaplaincy offers a time of stillness to pause, gather and reflect. All students and staff welcome - come when you can and...

  4. 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.

  5. Thinking Allowed

    Thinking Allowed

    Join the Chaplain looking at issues in faith and society. What are your questions about faith and science? All are welcome, no matter your faith or background....

  6. Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Relaxed drawing @ Wardlaw

    Drop into the Wardlaw Museum to relax and draw. Find a place in the galleries and take inspiration from great artworks, capture the detail of an ancient...

  7. Theology Research Seminar

    Theology Research Seminar

    "The Theological Turn: Readings in Systematic Theology of the Late Twentieth Century" - God and Freedom (chaired by Katrin Bosse)

    "The Theological Turn: Readings in Systematic Theology of the Late Twentieth Century" - God and Freedom (chaired by Katrin Bosse)

  8. CIRCA lunchtime seminar

    CIRCA lunchtime seminar

    Alan Logan and Ruth Hoffman will each give a 25 minute talk. Ruth's talk title is 'Understanding how people approach constraint modelling and...

  9. Sunday Worship

    Sunday Worship

    Come join us for the University Service in St Salvator's Chapel. The sermon will be preached by the University Chaplain, Revd Dr Donald MacEwan. Gowns are...

  10. ITIA Research Seminar

    ITIA Research Seminar

    Dr Mark Potter (University of Erfurt), 'Changing Ecological Relationships and Christian Musical Innovation'.

    Dr Mark Potter (University of Erfurt), 'Changing Ecological Relationships and Christian Musical Innovation'.

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