The hospice chaplain and team are there to support people with many different views of their spirituality. For some people, having a faith is key to who they are.
For others, religious faith is not part of their lives but they may wish to talk about spirituality and what it means for them.
The chaplaincy and spiritual care team are available for everyone to talk and think about difficult questions. We visit patients at home, in the Inpatient Unit, and support Day Hospice. We do not promote our own spiritual beliefs but help others explore personal beliefs that help them.
We are able to organise various ceremonies and rituals that may be helpful such as a Blessing of Marriage, a wedding, baptism or more specially to faith, Holy Communion or anointing with oil.
Our chaplaincy team is made up of people from various backgrounds in order to meet your needs more helpfully. We are also able to contact your own faith community leader if needed.