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As a Christian organisation Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland commits to a Code of Good Practice. We aim to show respect and courtesy at all times and to all people; respecting other people’s freedom within the law to express their beliefs and convictions; learning to understand what others actually believe and value and letting them express this in their own terms…

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Sharing his December 'Workplace Word', our East of Scotland Regional Organiser Chic Lidstone here suggests we take another look when we first perceive a problem: In the film Patch Adams (starring the late Robin Williams) there is a scene when someone holds up four fingers and asks Patch what h...
Depute First Minister John Swinney is sponsoring an art exhibition in the Scottish Parliament by one of our chaplains. WPCS volunteer Larry Scrimgeour’s skill in Pictish and Celtic art – which he took up on his retirement from a career in academia - has gained him widespread acclaim and recognition...
Across Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland's different regions, chaplains have been, and continue to be, involved in community Christmas celebrations. In Fort Kinnaird, in Edinburgh, our chaplain there, Judith Wilkinson, is organising a carol service in the shopping centre from 2pm to 3 pm on December 1...

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