Chaplaincy Annual Report

Chaplaincy seeks to serve and support patients, relatives, volunteers and members of staff. It starts from the basic assumption that humanity’s makeup is body mind and spirit and therefore, all of us have a spiritual side that needs to be acknowledged, especially when we are feeling vulnerable, traumatised or under any kind of pressure. We seek to offer friendship, a listening ear, and opportunities for prayer and spiritual guidance, as and when required. Chaplaincy can also be used as an ethical resource particularly concerning beginning and end of life issues. There is always a chaplain on call.

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