NEW: Tea at Two
Tea at Two is a new weekly meeting taking place every Wednesday at 2PM and with the sole purpose to assist you during Lockdown.
Take a moment out in this supportive space - chat about the things that matter most to you with fellow chaplains and leaders.
This is an informal meeting – there is no need to register.
Every Wednesday at 2PM.
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Coffee, Cake & Contemplation
Join Maggie and Chaplains as they take time out for reflection and prayer around key topics.
Coined as an ‘Oasis of Calm’, this monthly 45-minute meeting provides you with time for reflection and encouragement with fellow chaplains. It is a space of calm and refuge during the busy school weeks.
The next meeting will take place at 11:30 am on Wednesday 5th May.
Our Focus: 'Pentecost'
Tea at Two
Wednesday 21 April 2021
Theology for underpinning chaplaincy standards Organised by CYP
Monday 26 April 2021
CVE Scotland present an online space for reflection and refreshment
Thursday 3 June 2021
‘People of Hope - In times of change’ - 2021 National Conference for School & College Chaplains
Wednesday 9 June 2021
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