Chaplaincy services

Anglican Chaplain: The Reverend Wendy Brooker
On-site Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and on call for emergencies 

Roman Catholic Representative: Father Dan Magnier

(St William of York)
Visits by request

Jewish Lay Visitor: Mr Stephen Hyman
Visits by request

Muslim Lay Visitor: Mr Mohammed Iqbal
Visits by request

The Chaplain is available to offer the following:

  • Anointing of the sick for healing, especially before surgery
  • Reconciliation
  • Bedside Holy Communion
  • Private prayer
  • Someone to listen and talk with
  • Last rites
  • Weekly Holy Communion service in the Chapel at 12.45pm on Thursdays

Chaplaincy seeks to offer staff, patients and visitors of any denomination, any faith or none, a focus for their spiritual needs.

“Where mercy, love and pity dwell,
There God is dwelling too”

Information Guides for Adults


Chaplaincy Leaflet (297.1 KB)
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