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Since Easter Sunday we have posted an Act of Worship from the Robin Chapel each Sunday at 4pm (our normal Service time) on both Facebook and You Tube. We are grateful to the Very Reverend John B. Cairns KCVO former Moderator and Dean Of The Chapel Royal; the Reverend Neil Gardner, Minister of Canongate Kirk … Read more

The Trustees of the Thistle Trust responsible for the Robin Chapel announce its indefinite closure until the current health crisis has passed. We have a duty of care to Staff, Choir and Congregants thus we are following guidance given by the Scottish Government and all Churches. Local churches will be open for prayer and meditation … Read more

The new Chaplain will be the Reverend Doctor Iain C. Barclay, MBE, TD, M.A., B.D., M.Th.,M. Phil., Ph.D. currently Minister of Appin and Lismore since 2015 within the Presbytery of Argyll. Prior to that he was Minister in the Scots Kirk in Sydney (having family in Australia) from 2012 having previously been Minister of St. … Read more

On Sunday 2 February 2020 the Reverend Ken Luscombe, Associate Minister at Greyfriars Kirk, presented to Professor Herbert Kerrigan QC, Chair of the Thistle Trust a gift of Communion Sliver from the reserves held by Greyfriars for use in the Robin Chapel. This comprised a Pewter Flagon dated 1842, two silver Communion Plates dated 1893 … Read more

Regrettably the proposed visit to the Robin Chapel and Thistle Foundation  scheduled for Thursday 26th March has had to be cancelled as from 17th March the Thistle Foundation will be closed to the public. In the meantime the Sunday Service at 4pm in the Robin Chapel will continue to be held

We continue with our virtual Worship as is likely for some time. This month our Guest Preachers are : 5 – The Right Reverend Ole Christian Kvarme, Bishop Emeritus of Oslo and Chaplain to H. M. The King of Norway 12 – The Reverend Professor Peter McEnhill, Minister of St. Andrew’s Rome and sometime of … Read more

Pilgrim is fitted for his journey with the Scroll and Armour by Piety, Charity and Prudence

The Cross beyond the Wicket Gate. Pilgrim is freed from his load

His rescue from the Slough of Despond