We believe that spiritual fulfilment feels different for each individual, ensures personal wellbeing and enables older people to live life to the full. Religious faith, good relationships, hope and positive experiences all play their part.
Chaplains provide a listening presence, companionship and one-to-one pastoral support for all residents, their friends and relatives, and staff members – irrespective of their beliefs – and organise worship for those who wish to participate. Where appropriate, residents are encouraged to maintain links with local faith communities.
Our Chaplain’s adopt a person-centred approach and deliver support with warmth, compassion, humour, mutual respect, strength and hope, aiming to inspire and provide stimulation to those we serve.
Learn more about MHA’s chaplaincy service: https://www.mha.org.uk/about/what-makes-us-special/chaplaincy-and-spirituality/