At Farleigh Hospice our Spiritual Care team is lead by our Spiritual Care Coordinator and a team of volunteers, who come from a range of faith and non-faith communities. While for some, spirituality is associated with religion, spiritual care includes any beliefs, practices and relationships that help people find meaning, comfort and hope.
The Spiritual Care team can visit patients in their homes or operate within the hospice in the Sanctuary. The Sanctuary allows for time and space for a moment of quiet prayer and reflection. You are welcome to light a candle, write in the memory book or make use of any of the resources in the room.