Your spiritual care is part of a personal journey. Whether you are being cared for in the hospice or you are a visitor, we think it’s important that you are able to express your feelings and beliefs should you want to. No one in our team will make any judgement about your religious beliefs.

Whether you want to join one of our services, if you want to practice your faith in your own way, or if you simply want some time away from it all to relax in a calm and peaceful environment, you are welcome to use the hospice's chapel as much or as little as you need.

You can explore your personal journey alone or with help from our chaplains, Revds James Grote and Jackie Jones. As well as leading services in the chapel and offering sacraments to people, they work alongside other religious and non-religious leaders to provide the spiritual support to meet each person’s needs. They can help you explore your religion, beliefs, past, present and future through which many are helped to deepen relationships in their lives.

Partnership with the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH)

On 1 April 2021 our partnership with the OUH came into force. This means that the management of our clinical services has now been transferred to the Trust. Read more on our What we do page.

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