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Fresh perspective

Ewan Aitken, Chief Executive of the Cyrenians will give a fresh perspective on social issues affecting society today in the first of a series of free lectures organised by our church partners Palmerston Place Church, in Edinburgh, on Tuesda...
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5th Anniversary Newsletter

We've come a long way in a short time and to celebrate our five-year milestone, we have devoted our latest edition of the WPCS newsletter to looking at where we came from and how we've got from there to here! The focus is very much on the people who ...
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Pounding the pavements

Work Place Chaplaincy volunteer Brian Porteous is chaplain to the Royal Mail Delivery office in his home town of Cupar, in Fife. Recently he spent a morning accompanying postie Russell Scott (also pictured) on his rounds. Said Brian:"I...
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Workplace wellbeing

Our Chief Executive Revd Iain McFadzean sent us this link to an interesting article in Management Today about the value to companies of workplace wellbeing – something we have long been aware of. You can read the article and survey results by cl...
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Happy Anniversary

We’re five years old and last night we celebrated the amazing growth of the organisation which according to Chief Executive Iain McFadzean would have just about fitted into a telephone box back then! Now, our more than 100 chaplains are working ...
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Times of the signs

We’re grateful to our East of Scotland Organiser Chic Lidstone for making us smile with this collection of signs he spotted on his travels visiting volunteers. At first glance, you might not notice the red ‘Road Ahead Closed’ sign on the far left! So...
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Stirling multi-faith event

WPCS Central Regional Organiser Paul Wilson and Stirling Council and city centre chaplain Ruth Morris were privileged to attend an innovative new ‘take’ on the traditional ‘Kirkin O’ the Council’ service recently. You can find out more on the co...
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Book well received

Around 150 people attended Falkirk volunteer chaplain and Ordained Local Minister (OLM) Kay Brown’s launch of her third volume of meditations: ‘Now I See’. Falkirk Trinity Church, where Kay is OLM, was the venue for the event on Saturday. The church’...
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Workplace trauma

We have received encouraging feedback on our latest series of free, lunchtime workplace wellbeing seminars at Edinburgh Park, in partnership with the management there and supported by the Western Edinburgh Neighbourhood Partnership. The final 2015 se...
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