Spiritual care

Our spiritual care practitioners offer a unique service of respectful listening, supporting families through transition, providing spiritual focus or sacramental support or arranging a representative from other faith traditions.

We recognise that times of stress can evoke deep questions, strong reactions and emotions. To help with these feelings, you may find it helpful to speak with someone from spiritual care.

Spiritual care offers:

  • a friendly visit and time to listen to you
  • sensitivity to your concerns and wishes
  • emotional and spiritual support in times of crisis
  • sharing of joys of life and healing
  • help in times of grief and sadness
  • support when feeling anxious or fearful or when needing to make decisions
  • support when experiencing loneliness and isolation
  • compassionate listening if you wish to talk about aspects of your belief and or questions of faith
  • spiritual nourishment and support through prayer, reflection, blessing or sacraments such as Communion, and Anointing of the Sick.


The hospital chapel is located on the ground floor at the front entrance of the hospital. All patients and visitors are welcome.