What is spiritual care? - North London Hospice
The Hospice views spiritual care broadly, acknowledging the search for meaning and the need to make sense of illness and life of those who do not identify themselves as religious, as well as those who do. Spiritual care for people of faith. The Hospice makes every effort to provide appropriate support for patients with a religious belief, either through our chaplaincy team or through liaising with a faith community leader of the patient’s choice. I’m spiritual but I’m not religious. Come and join us!
Chaplaincy Team - North London Hospice
Holds an MA in World Religions and has worked for Westminster Interfaith for ten years. She has a long interest in Eastern spirituality and particularly Buddhism, which she now practices. She has led numbers of Buddhist/Christian retreats and has founded the Buddhist Christian Vedanta network for the study and practice of contemplative spirituality across faith boundaries. Has been a member of the British Humanist Association since 1989 and a celebrant for ten years. She has conducted hundreds of fun...