With the city still being impacted by 2020’s global pandemic, and in the run up to what can be a stressful time of year as families struggle to ready for Christmas in a changing environment, the Work Place Chaplaincy Scotland Listening Service is being heartily welcomed back to the centre by Centre Manager Morag Dennis.
Chaplain Geoff Findlay has been given a permanent home in Wellgate, setting up a cosy and calming environment to welcome those working in Dundee, and the general public, the chance to talk about any concerns they may have in comfortable privacy, over a cup of tea or coffee, whilst maintaining social distancing.
Geoff commented "In these current trying times it’s more important than ever to have the opportunity to talk through any worries, and we welcome anyone to drop in if they feel in need of a friendly ear. I’d like to extend a special thanks to Angela at British Heart Foundation for the donation of the furniture, which helps make our space so comfortable for visitors.”
Morag stated “We truly appreciate the invaluable service that Geoff has previously provided at Wellgate, so as a centre we were delighted to be able to offer this comfortable and private location to benefit our community as we continue to work our way through a challenging 2020.”
More can be found out about the Work Place Chaplaincy service at: http://www.wpcscotland.co.uk/