Chaplaincy

National Sikh Chaplaincy Prayer Day Invitation

The UK Sikh Healthcare Chaplaincy Group invite you to take part in their annual prayer day.  Click on the attachments for more details: Letter to Hospital Trusts (PDF) Poster (PDF) Registration Form (Word)

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Job opportunity – Secretary

The Network for Pastoral, Spiritual & Religious Care in Health (NPSRCH), formerly the Healthcare Chaplaincy Faith & Belief Group, is seeking an experienced secretary to support with its administrative functions. The key role of the NPSRCH, is to promote and support the delivery of high quality religious, spiritual and pastoral care in the NHS in […]

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Employment of the First Non-Religious Lead Chaplaincy in the NHS

Lindsay Van Dijk is the first non-religious person to be employed as a full time Lead Chaplain in the NHS. This appointment is reflective of the work the Network of Pastoral, Spiritual and Religious Care in Health has undertaken over the past few years, in driving the development of an inclusive NHS Chaplaincy service. You […]

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2015 NHS Guideline Review

NHS Employers is undertaking a review to understand the impact and implementation experiences of the NHS Chaplaincy Guidelines which were introduced in 2015. As part of the review they are gathering feedback from NHS staff and patient representatives to determine the level of understanding, application and impact. Who should complete this survey? – Healthcare chaplains (both salaried […]

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‘Starting Out in  Healthcare Chaplaincy’ courses

We are pleased to be offering a further two ‘Starting Out in  Healthcare Chaplaincy’ courses in 2018-2019; copies of the Course Handbook and an Application Form are below. Course Handbook 2018-2019 FINAL Application Form Starting Out – Course Eight and Nine FINAL The dates are as follows: LONDON. Free Churches Group, 27 Tavistock Square, London […]

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Be part of the 2015 NHS England Chaplaincy Guidelines review

NHS Employers are running several stakeholder events as part of the 2015 NHS England Chaplaincy guideline review. The event is primarily aimed at Healthcare chaplains (both salaried and volunteers), Equality specialists, Managers, Commissioners, Directors, patient representative groups. To book your place please click on the link below (please note number of places are limited so […]

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Meeting with Sweden’s Commission for Government Support for Faith Communities

Meeting with Sweden’s Commission for Government Support for Faith Communities

On 21 October Chief Officer Revd. Debbie Hodge and former Chair Barney Leith briefed staff members from SST, Sweden’s Commission for Government Support for Faith Communities, about the operation of multi-faith and belief healthcare chaplaincy in England and about the work and history of the HCFBG. Initial contact came from Gunnel Andréasson, SST Desk Officer, […]

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Cost of chaplaincy?

Cost of chaplaincy?

The Theos team have published a blog rebutting the continuing attack by the National Secular Society on the public funding of chaplaincy: The NSS has been running a blog and fairly fiery Facebook discussion on the cost of NHS chaplaincy. Specifically they put the cost of chaplaincy to the NHS at £23.5 m illion pounds. […]

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Faith and belief in healthcare chaplaincy – HCFBG Council residential meeting

Faith and belief in healthcare chaplaincy – HCFBG Council residential meeting

On 23rd and 24th March members of the HCFBG Council got together at St Michael’s College, Cardiff, for a 24-hour residential meeting. Council members – Anglican, Bahá’í, Buddhist, Catholic, Free Church, Hindu, Humanist, Jain, Jewish and Sikh – got to know each other better in a more informal setting than the regular meetings and reflected […]

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Theos chaplaincy report follow-up

Theos chaplaincy report follow-up

Theos have just emailed those who attended the launch of A Very Modern Ministry, their report of their research into chaplaincy in the UK. Thank you for attending the Theos chaplaincy conference last week. It was a pleasure to see so many of you there and to be able to engage with chaplains and others from […]

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