Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care
The Trust's Multifaith Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care team provides specialist religious, spiritual and compassionate pastoral care for service users, their carers and Trust staff of many different faiths as well as those with no particular faith. Anyone can request chaplaincy support directly by phoning, emailing or requesting a chaplaincy visit from Trust staff.
- We come from a variety of Christian, Islamic, Jewish, Buddhist and Humanist traditions. In addition, chaplains will endeavour to find representatives from other faith and beliefs traditions when requested and maintain close working relationships with a diverse range of faith and belief communities and leaders across Greater Manchester.
Religion and Belief perspectives link: http://network-health.org.uk/index.php/pages/religion-belief-perspectives
- We are available for confidential one to one chats at times of difficulty, stress, uncertainty and as well as for on-going spiritual care and well-being.
- We provide regular opportunities for worship and reflection and have dedicated prayer/quiet spaces across our site where worship services take place
- We safeguard and support the religious and spiritual lives of all those who are supported by Greater Manchester Mental Health or work within the Trust
For details with regard to all our existing multi faith rooms and designated prayer/quiet spaces please contact the Chaplaincy Coordinator for further information.
Visit our Equality and Diversity pages here.