Ecumenical Worship in the University of St. Andrews

The Revd Dr Donald MacEwan

The Chaplain to the University of St Andrews outlines the variety of the provision of worship that has evolved across the university in response to the ecumenical nature of those who gather and of the broad chaplaincy team. This has involved, also, interfaith and pagan contributions. There are also ceremonies that are created to enable people of many faiths or of none to give thanks for the life of a student or member of staff who has died.

Volume 56 2021, p37
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Donald MacEwan is Chaplain to the University of St Andrews, and former Convener of the General Assembly’s Theological Forum. He is principal author of Exploring the Faith (‘Learn’ series) St Andrew Press 2015. He is a member of the Church Service Society.