Welcome to the website of the Robin Chapel. Whether you come as part of a Christian denomination, or none all have a place within these walls, where the love of God dwells.

Within these pages you will discover the work of the Chapel, its purpose, and function. The Chapel holds a unique place within the ecclesiastical life of Scotland in being interdenominational. A church dedicated to the glory of God and a home for all Christians, a place of unity.

I would also like assure everyone that the Pastoral Care of the Church is available to everyone. This includes, The Sacrament of Baptism, The Eucharist, Counselling, Funerals and The Last Rights [in accordance with the Church of England rubrics].
Requests should be made to the Chaplain, Dr Iain Barclay on 07393232736 at any time.

Worship will resume on Sunday 3 April at the usual hour of 4pm

Face Masks: Those attending worship are requested to wear face coverings.

Social distancing: Those attending worship are requested to observe one-meter social distancing as they enter, move within and leave the Chapel.

Booking seats: This will not be required except on stated occasions such as Her Majesty’s Platinum Jubilee Service, Remembrance and The Service of Nine Lessons and Carols. Such occasions will be intimated on the Robin Chapel website.

Choir & Processing: It is mandatory that the Chaplain, Choir, Director of Music and Verger and all who process within the Chapel wear appropriate face coverings.

Contact Details: If any worshipper wishes to leave their contact details by which they wish to be advised if an incidence of COVID-19 is advised to the Chapel Staff, they are asked to do so via email to the Chaplain.

Please note that the foregoing is subject to Scottish Government guidance.

The following Vacancies currently exist at the Robin Chapel

The Director of Music, Dr James L Slimings has now relinquished his appointment to pursue new opportunities in London. We are currently advertising for a new Director of Music. The details of the appointment and the application proceedure can be found in the ‘drop down menu’ under the tab Music.

Lay Clerks in Choirs of the Cathedral tradition are normally ‘male only’ and Choristers are young voices. However, in the Robin Chapel Lay Clerks and Choristers are adult male and female. The appointment of Lay Clerk is a paid tenured appointment and that of Chorister is a paid occasional appointment.
Currently we are seeking to appoint two Lay Clerks, a Soprano, and an Alto. If you are interested, have the requisite music skills. and would like to be auditioned, please contact the Chaplain, Dr Iain C Barclay by email – chaplain@robinchapel.org.uk – and he will arrange an interview.

Choristers are also being sought for all parts in this SATB Choir. If you are interested in having your name added to our list of occasional singers, have the requisite music skills. and would like to be auditioned, please contact the Chaplain, Dr Iain C Barclay by email – chaplain@robinchapel.org.uk – and he will arrange an interview.

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27 March 2022
QARANC Corps Day Service
The QARANC Assoc. [Scotland].

24 April 2022
With Thanksgiving for the ANZACS – ANZAC Day – 25 April 1915
A private donation.

1 May 2022
With Thanksgiving for the
Life of Robin Francis Tudsbery
8 July 1919 till 30 April 1945.
The Trustees

8 May 2022
In Commemoration of
Victory in Europe – 8 May 1945
Request pending

11 July 2022
In Commemoration of the
Birth of Robin Francis Tudsbery
8 July 1919.
The Trustees