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Suggestions for well being - feelings of Claustrophobia

  Andy Gregg workplace chaplain in Edinburgh shares some suggestions on how to sustain mental well being when we may be feeling stuck or claustrophobic while working from home.

DRIFTING

A friend who fishes off the North Carolina coast told me this story some years ago. After a day fishing Jack Frost (honestly that is his name!) was on his way back to harbour and had set the autopilot while he was busy on deck tidying up ready for re...
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SFRS and WPCS Chaplain Visit Chamelon Community Centre

Last month, WPCS Chaplain, Susan Marshall, (second right in photo) and other groups from the local Camelon community, including from Falkirk Vineyard Church, attended a successful CPR training event at Camelon Community Centre, led by Red Watch ...
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Time for Reflection at Scottish Parliament

Geoff Findlay, Dundee City Centre Chaplain and Pastor at Lifegate Church, Dundee, had the honour of leading the Scottish Parliament in their Time for Reflection prior to the start of parliamentary business on Tuesday (14th January).  Geoff'...
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Preparing for Christmas

 Esther Elliott (Edinburgh West Workplace and Community Chaplain), with Corstorphine Old Parish Church, has organised a couple of pre-Christmas activities in the West of Edinburgh - - A sheep trail in the Gyle Centre from 2nd to 18th December -&...
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Outreach Officer Opportunity - St Cuthbert's Parish Church, Edinburgh

St Cuthbert's Parish Church, Lothian Road, Edinburgh are looking to appoint an Outreach Officer on a full time basis for 1 year (Sheppard Scholar) - to engage with the business and arts community in Edinburgh's vibrant West End.  This exciting n...
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WHEN LIFE GETS HOT

Many years ago, I was literally in a desert wilderness. A wise person with me on pilgrimage said, “It’s not what we do in the wilderness that matters, rather it’s what the wilderness does in me.” Here is a simple story to show what is meant by this. ...
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CHAPLAIN INVITED TO ROYAL GARDEN PARTY

Geoff Findlay (Dundee City Chaplain) and his wife, Debbie, pictured with the Queen's Royal Bowman, when they.attended the Queen's Garden Party at Holyrood Palace last week. The Lord Provost of Dundee nominated Geoff and Debbie to receive an invitatio...
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Clyde Opera Goes Doon The Water

Fancy a night at the opera?  Clyde Opera Group are performing at Portland Church, Troon on Saturday 20th July at 7.30pm. Tickets, priced £10, are available at the door and include complimentary refreshments. All are welcome.    
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Use ALL Your Resources

A young lad wanted to help in the garden so his dad gave him a job to do; to remove an old tree stump “using all the resources available to him”. He set to with gusto, and at the end of the day returned crestfallen. He had tried everything and u...
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