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Chaplaincy ministry is about expressing respect and care, listening in a compassionate way and helping to create a space which recognises each person’s spiritual needs.

Our chaplains visit the wards daily and you may see one of us during your stay. If we miss you on our visits, or you would like to see a different minister of religion, please ask a nurse to contact the chaplaincy department.

Contact us

Call this line if you have a query about your child’s stay in the hospital such as date of admission.

Our services

We provide families and staff with spiritual and emotional support, including:

  • providing a source of comfort, compassion and hope during difficult times
  • arranging blessings
  • bringing Holy Communion
  • organising and leading services
  • arranging sacramental or pastoral care with a family’s own priest or minister
  • offering assistance in resolving issues that involve ethical, cultural and religious dilemmas
  • running presentations and educational talks as part of staff induction

Page contents

On this page you will find information about:

Hospital chapels

For healthcare professionals

Additional information

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