Flowers of One Garden

Flowers of One Garden

Carrie Varjavandi joined the Chaplaincy team last year. She is a a design graduate from DJCAD, and most of her career has been in arts education, including 3 years spent in China.   I am a Baha’i, and part of my faith teaches Baha’is to “consort with...
Humanism – a way of life without god

Humanism – a way of life without god

Robbie is one of our Honorary Chaplains, a role that he says gives him much pleasure and satisfaction. He is a registered Humanist Celebrant with Humanist Society Scotland. He wears many hats, being one of two volunteer Humanist ward visitors at Ninewells hospital. He...
Skylarks – a reflection

Skylarks – a reflection

A reflection by one of our Chaplains, Rev Gordon Campbell. Gordon wears many hats – he works in the University Finance Office (mainly on tax and insurance), is an auxiliary minister of the Church of Scotland, and minister of Perth Congregational Church. If you...
Welcome to Chaplaincy blogs

Welcome to Chaplaincy blogs

Rev Dr Fiona Douglas, University Chaplain, introduces us to a series of blog items from our Chaplaincy Team. The Chaplaincy is very much ‘open’ at the moment, although virtually of course. I am sorry we haven’t, as yet, worked out how to offer our Coffee Bar’s famous...