Membership of the Network is open to any religion or belief which:
- supports our aims and objectives
- is actively involved in providing or developing this care
- demonstrates religious or philosophical beliefs that command respect in a democratic society
There are currently twelve members of the Network of Pastoral, Spiritual and Religious Care in Health. These organisations are set up to highlight the needs of the traditions and communities they represent and they are:
We are very keen for as many organisations as possible to be aware of the work we do, and Observer status may be available to other bodies with an interest in this area of work, if full membership is inappropriate.
Full terms of membership are set out in our constitution.