Spiritualitea Café

A monthly discussion about spirituality 

Meg Masson, the University Chaplain, invites you to join her in the Chaplaincy for tea/coffee, a biscuit and a chat. 

Fancy a wee cuppa, a biscuit and a chat about things spiritual, but not religious?

Meg explains: "Spirituality has been defined in many ways; a search for the sacred, for transcendence, for meaning and purpose in life, for spiritual connection, wholeness and integration, in a way which involves non-ordinary levels of consciousness. If any of that resonates with you, if you have maybe found yourself questioning your old beliefs, seeing the world in a different way and considering the possibility that there is 'something more' then I’d be delighted if you’d join me and others as we explore what spirituality means to us and how it impacts our lives. These events are not about abstract academic or theological debate; they aim to provide a safe space for authentic, supportive sharing and exploration with like-minded souls."

Monthly on the first Tuesday of the month, 5.30-7.00pm (September to June).

Meg Masson

Rev. Meg Masson, University Chaplain and Interfaith Minister