An unprecedented time We stand alongside all our colleagues to provide the best possible care at this time Our common humanity will bring us through.
We support NHS Pastoral, Spiritual, and Religious care services We support authorisation and training programmes. We work together to support the training and continuing professional development needs of new and existing chaplains and spiritual carers.
We Impact the Lives of Those We Support Pastoral, spiritual, and religious care can impact the lives of patients, staff, families, and carers We all have times when we need someone to talk to, access to this sort of care may improve health outcomes too.
How to Become a Pastoral Carer in the NHS Learn more about authorisation and training programmes Humanists, Christians, Sikhs, Jews, Hindus, Jains, Baháʼís, and carers from all faith and belief traditions work together, learn from each other, helping to support patient recovery, even reducing emotional and mental trauma. From ritual to a listening ear we will serve patients, their families, and staff.
We strive to ensure excellence in NHS Pastoral, Spiritual, and Religious Care Welcome to the website of the Network for Pastoral, Spiritual, and Religious Care in Health (formerly the Healthcare Chaplaincy Faith & Belief Group). We hope you will find the site useful and informative. We champion equal access to these services for all, regardless of religion or belief.